Oct. 16, 2013 - Dr. Megan Salemi is a graduate of Union University’s Doctor of Education degree program, having completed her studies on Union’s Germantown, TN campus. Salemi was recently featured on WREG News Channel 3, Memphis’ CBS news affiliate. Salemi spoke about the human brain and how kids learn, as she was promoting a technology think tank, a gathering of 500 educators from around the globe who met in Memphis last week. Salemi is currently a teacher at New Hope Christian Academy who had studied as a Union doctoral student about the human brain and its ability to receive and process information.
During her television appearance, Salemi compared the brain’s neural pathways to that of the cup-and-string telephone game that is often played by children. She emphasized the neural pathways and connectedness that is present in the brain and the importance of stimuli to learning.
To see Salemi’s interview on News Channel 3, please visit: http://wreg.com/2013/07/16/technology-think-tank-how-kids-brains-work/
To learn more about Union University’s School of Education and degree offerings, please visit: http://www.uu.edu/programs/education/