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thetechedvocate.org7 Must-Have Neuroscience Apps and Tools for EducatorsSpread the loveBrain function is everything involving thought, learning and memory. While it would be great to categorize and compartmentalize the process, neuroscience has discovered something most educators already know: that’s not how the brain works. The brain is a triad organ consisting of an area for motor function (the lower/reptilian brain), one for emotions and memory (the mammalian/limbic brain), and one for thinking and reasoning (the neocortex or thinking brain). These three distinctly different brain areas do not function in isolation; they work in concert with each other. Neuroscience has revealed that learning is the result of a holistic …
fodors.comEssential Guide to Paris Cultural Events Spring and Summer 2018Museums, festivals, concerts, theater in the park, art shows, gallery openings, and all the other can't miss attractions that Paris, France is offering this summer. You won't want to miss the Impressionists and Jazz in the Park, cinema en plein air or Fête de la Musique. Get outside in France this summer, or visit your favorite museum, or even the Paris Plage (beach) -- there's plenty to do in 2018.
telegraph.co.ukSanctioned oligarchs to 'party like a Russian' at forum with Vladimir Putin, Emmanuel Macron and Robbie WilliamsOligarchs under Western sanctions will “party like a Russian” at Vladimir Putin's annual business gathering starting Thursday, where they can enjoy a Robbie Williams concert and the company of top European and US officials despite the Western sanctions against them.
tv.avclub.comSteve Martin and Martin Short bring broad comedy and minimal banjo to NetflixHere’s the most important thing to know about Steve Martin and Martin Short’s new Netflix comedy special: There are about five minutes of straight banjo. This is a petty yet useful detail for most people who have long loved Martin’s comedy while warmly acknowledging his bluegrass—perhaps even turning up to a bluegrass banjo concert by Martin, hoping the between-song patter contains some hint of his old, stadium-filling stand-up. The good news is that An Evening You Will Forget For The Rest Of Your Life represents the closest thing to a Steve Martin stand-up special since he walked away from that game in 1981. And while he does play some straight, not especially funny banjo, and he does bring in his frequent backing band, The Steep Canyon Rangers, to do some musical numbers, the fact that you have to sit through them, waiting for Steve Martin to be funny again, is treated like a running gag. “Hanging out with Steve is like the movie Deliverance,” Short says at one point. “It’s all fun and games until the banjos come out.”