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Photo by Vicki Pearson/WDC Elementary
Medical student from University of Minnesota Duluth medical school, Jesse Klingelhoets, presented the human brain to sixth-graders at WDC. Students observed what a real human brain looks like and got to ask many probing questions. Klingelhoets had the students interact in various experiments to show how the brain works in our everyday lives. Jesse's goal was to share his passion for the science fields and encourage students to try different science classes.
Photo by Vicki Pearson/WDC Elementary Medical student from University of Minnesota Duluth medical school, Jesse Klingelhoets, presented the human brain to sixth-graders at WDC. Students observed what a real human brain looks like and got to ask many probing questions. Klingelhoets had the students interact in various experiments to show how the brain works in our everyday lives. Jesse's goal was to share his passion for the science fields and encourage students to try different science classes.

Probing the human brain

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