What Educators and Parents Should Know About Neuroplasticity, Learning and Dance | SharpBrains

Dance. Is it merely art?  Is it just recreation?  Think again. Dance is now being studied as a pathway to enhance learning.  And, scientists say, educators and parents should take note of the movement.

Read on here: What Educators and Parents Should Know About Neuroplasticity, Learning and Dance | SharpBrains

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Stanford researchers solve the mystery of the dancing droplets

Stanford researchers solve the mystery of the dancing droplets

Years of research satisfy a graduate student’s curiosity about the molecular minuet he observed among drops of ordinary food coloring.

tk: Of course, I’m thinking about this on a sociological level and as it relates to social justice as well. Intriguing analogy to think about, but absolutely beautiful on its own, in its scientific context, too. So when you find yourself thinking, “I’m more of a science person than a humanities person/artist/social justice activist; we all have our things,” consider the intersections of these identifiers, and how there are applications to science and visual art and dance and history and music and social justice in this story.