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Part I of the Museums and the Mind session at ASTC 2008 in Philadelphia. Roger Barrett, exhibit designer at the Science Museum of Minnesota, gives examples of how design can elicit emotional ...

Part I of the Museums and the Mind session at ASTC 2008 in Philadelphia. Roger Barrett, exhibit designer at the Science Museum of Minnesota, gives examples of how design can elicit emotional response.

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  • Museums and the Mind: Applying Cognitive Neuroscience to Free-Choice Learning Roger Barrett, Science Museum of Minnesota John Falk, Oregon State University Jennifer Mangels, City University of New York Matthew Wenger, Flandrau: The UA Science Center Jayatri Das, The Franklin Institute
    • Education research has focused on practice of learning
    • Neuroscience research is discovering biology of learning
    • How can we apply neuroscience to education in a free-choice environment?
    Neuroscience and Education
    • Design: How environment can impact emotional response
    • Evaluation: The evidence that emotion enhances learning
    • Neuroscience: How knowledge seeking is optimized in the brain
    • Exhibits: Potential strategies for free-choice learning
    • Discussion: What are your ideas?
    Session Framework
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