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Seeing With the Mind’s Eye: An Exploration of Visual Attention in Dynamic Scenes – Farahnaz Wick

Experience it here: What we think we see is not always what we see, and this has far-reaching implications for relationships, public safety, crime reporting, witness testimony, and even parenting. How does the brain prioritize among multiple visual stimuli? Farahnaz Wick, a Harvard Medical School cognitive scientist, reveals new insight into human recall of visually dynamic scenes.

Produced by the Museum of Science in collaboration with the Center for Brains, Minds, and Machines, with support from the National Science Foundation (Award #1231216).

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.


Positive Parenting: How to improve spatial language skills for children

Parents can help their child by using spatial language during play.


Spatial Skills Become Math Skills


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Moksh's DIY Visual Discrimination Puzzle 2/10: A Spatial Intelligence Activity


Spatial Flash Cards

Gifted Testing Flash Cards – Spatial Concepts for Pre-K – 2nd Grade Non-Verbal Tests – Kindergarten Educational Toy Practice for NNAT test, CogAT test, OLSAT test, NYC Gifted and Talented, WPPSI

Essential spatial concepts kids need for non-verbal tests and school success.

Teach children the concepts they need for gifted and talented test preparation and answering questions on tests of non-verbal reasoning such as the NNAT®, CogAT®, OLSAT®, WPPSI™, WISC®, AABL®, KBIT™, SAGES® and more!

Working with these cards will improve results in visual-spatial thinking, figural analogies, figure classification, serial reasoning, pattern matrices, spatial visualization, and pattern completion.

Includes a combination of “teaching” and “practice” cards with bright, fun characters that reinforce concepts through playful parent-child interaction + tips on solving spatial reasoning questions on gifted tests.

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Why Chinese mothers are superior

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What is Spatial Reasoning?

In this video I am explaining what is spatial reasoning, its components, and how you can find it and train it when playing video games.

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Insights of Musical Intelligence

Theory of Multiple Intelligences proposed by Dr Howard Gardner in 1983.
This video contains an explanation of the Third intelligence from this theory.

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'Procedural Memory' from Raising Good Kids: Managing Behaviour and Emotions in 0-5's

Excerpt from the popular online course series for parents and early childhood professionals, ‘Raising Good Kids: Managing Behaviour and Emotions in 0-5’s’. In this brief video, Dr Kaylene Henderson explains the difference between autobiographical and procedural memory and why we sometimes find ourselves parenting on ‘autopilot’. Developed for parents, childcare professionals and early years educators; Presented by Dr Kaylene Henderson, Child Psychiatrist.


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