Daphne BavelierAsks how do fast-paced video games affect the brain?
She introduces herself and a brain scientist, and asks questions thatmany have asked in the past.She presents many of the questions about the problems associatedwith playing video games for extended periods of time.
This talk is the latest example describing the benefits ofgaming and debunking the common knowledgethat says games are bad for your health
She engages the audience with intellectand scientific method.Using medians of pure curiosity andpopular video games like “Call of Duty”.She also engages the audience directlywith participation.
Dynamism Rating: 4 out of 5 While I think the presentation was very interesting, it lacked on entertainment. She was calculated and intellectual. It didn’t fit what she was talking about.
She follows Nancy Duarte and presents her methodeffectively and efficiently. She taught me the intellect is not lost. Even in a study like your brain on video games.
Sir Ken Robinson is engaging and entertainingwhen talking about issues important to him.He uses comedy and politics and makes fun ofcurrent education system.
Daphne Bavelier is much more calculated.She uses the visuals to prove to theaudience what she is saying directly on thespot.
My advice to my classmatesis that you should use rationaland objective methods to presentcontroversial ideas.
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