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A Cohort with the acclaimed Instructor Barbara Oakley with 4+ million learners worldwide. This course weaves late-breaking insights from neuroscience with practical new approaches from the classroom.
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University of Aberdeen
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University of California, San Diego
En esta Cohorte de 4 semanas, descubrirás invaluables técnicas de aprendizaje basadas en la neurociencia presentadas en el aclamado curso “Aprendiendo a Aprender” (Learning How to Learn) por Orlando Trejo, instructor del curso en Español.
Learn how to work better with culturally diverse people in this global and interconnected world. Cohort led by work and organizational psychologist Simon Büschges (M.Sc.).
How does the body work? What is it made of? What are the different parts of the human body and what are their functions?
From cells to organ systems, this course will introduce you to the basic components that make up the human body.
You’ll discover what molecular structures are, and classify different types within the body.
As you learn more about cell structure, you’ll find out about human tissue and its function, and explore the different organs systems within the body and what they do.
You’ll also gain basic physiological knowledge and learn how your body works, and how to influence it.
This course is aimed at anyone interested in what the body is made up of. No existing knowledge of biology or chemistry is required.
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Mariam Khalif completed this course, spending 4 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be very easy.
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