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Jay Ispas, a first-year neurology student at Lake Forest College, explains to third-graders from Lake Forest Country Day School what the Somato Sensory Cortex is during Our Amazing Brain day on Dec. 3. College students spent the afternoon teaching elementary students about the brain and how it works. Photos by Peter Kaspari/22nd Century Media
Gino Ventura, a third-grader at Lake Forest Country Day School, gives a sniff to a bottle to try an identify the smell inside.
Third-grader Vicky Ayzenshtat, from Lake Forest Country Day School, takes observation notes during the Our Amazing Brain activity at Lake Forest College.
Camila Beckford, a Lake Forest College student, asks Lake Forest Country Day School students to identify the animal she has drawn on her paper.
Dr. Shubhik DebBurman speaks to Lake Forest Country Day School students during the Our Amazing Brain day at the college. DebBurman teaches the neurology students who taught the third-graders that day.
Peter Kaspari, Editor
3:00 am CST December 18, 2019
First-year students in a neurology class at Lake Forest College got to show off both their teaching skills and what they’d learned all semester by teaching third-graders about the brain.