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Neurotransmitters in Sociology

Neurotransmitters in Sociology


Jeremy Turner
Jeremy Turner
Neurotransmitters in Sociology

Year 10 students were working in pairs to create models of neurotransmitters, labelling them carefully to help develop their understanding of how our brains work to transmit key messages.

Sometimes these messages are about potential harm and keeping safe, so are really important!

The fun practical activity definitely aided the learning and engaged everyone in developing their understanding of this key aspect of the course.

Photos of their models will be used by the students to underpin further learning in their next lesson.

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