Student Voices

The neuroELT movement is growing! This year has seen the formation of the JALT BRAIN SIG, the first neuroELT-based MA dissertations (by Rick Eller and Takashi Uemura), and two amazing FAB conferences in the Philippines. Meanwhile, FAB8 – a two-and-a-half day conference at Kyoto Sangyo University that finished yesterday – featured speakers from 12 countries, plus one of the mega-stars from the field of Mind, Brain and Education: Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa.

FAB8 also put the focus on the students; the conference featured these fantastic “Student Voice” videos (below) produced by students at Kyoto Sangyo University and Kansai University. Students answer questions ranging from “What kind of lecture motivates you?” to “What makes me fall asleep in class is…”

Above: Kyoto Sangyo University
Below: Kansai University

Published by Graham Jones

Astrophysicist and science communicator