Phase I of the NeuroLab project is focused on the creation of a classroom experience that directly binds student-centered explorations in clinical neuroscience to basic research in developmental neurobiology. To help broaden project impacts, our partnership team has adopted a flexible approach to curriculum design that is intended to support a variety of instructional strategies, including a phenomena-based, storyline approach to three-dimensional teaching and learning.

Phase II of the project will create exciting new opportunities for high school science teachers to join the NeuroLab team and make meaningful contributions to our ongoing efforts. We encourage interested teachers to subscribe to the NeuroLab Mailing List for updated project announcements, including invitations to attend in-depth professional development workshops and information on how to pilot test emerging resources and strategies in their science classrooms.

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ax·on fas·cic·u·la·tion
/‘ak,sän fә,sikyә ‘lāSHәn/ noun

The process of a growing axon adhering to another, potentially forming groups of axons known as bundles (fascicles), which follow similar growth trajectories.

ax·on fas·cic·u·la·tion
/‘ak,sän fә,sikyә ‘lāSHәn/ noun

The process of a growing axon adhering to another, potentially forming groups of axons known as bundles (fascicles), which follow similar growth trajectories.

ax·on fas·cic·u·la·tion
/‘ak,sän fә,sikyә ‘lāSHәn/ noun

The process of a growing axon adhering to another, potentially forming groups of axons known as bundles (fascicles), which follow similar growth trajectories.