Explain the Brain 2020: Neurodiversity - ENTER NOW!

Fri 1 May 10:00am - Fri 26 Jun 12:00pm

Explain the Brain 2020

'Explain the Brain' is back again for 2020! Want to know more about the amazing human brain and its functions? 

The Explain the Brain 2020 Challenge is now live for all secondary students until June 26th! The event is specifically designed for high school students, in any subject area, to encourage their curiosity and spark their passion for the brain and brain health.

Students are invited to create and submit a short, original infographic or 90 second video to highlight, explain or promote an aspect of learning or brain health. The theme for this year is “Neurodiversity”. 

WHAT TO DO:  

  • Log on to Education Perfect and complete the lesson on Neurodiversity.
  • Create a video or infographic to 'explain the brain!' Great prizes are available for winning students and schools.  Information and Entry details are available on the Education Perfect website. 
  • WIN!  Great Prizes  Ist $250, 2nd $100 & 3rd $100.  $500 for school with most valid entries.
Register to enter or find out more HERE!

Some ideas or examples for your entry might include:

  • breaking down stereotypes that exist around learning differences and neurodiversity
  • researching different ways of learning and thinking and explaining these 
  • exploring ways schools and community can promote neurodiversity
  • other topics related to the brain and neurodiversity.

This is a FREE event for all secondary students, with entry already included for students who are subscribed to EP. 

If teachers wish to register extra students, simply follow this easy step by step guide

This competition was created by Genazzano Institute and is supported by Education Perfect and Untapped Group.

 Previous WINNERS


Explain the Brain 2019: The Addicted Brain - WINNERS

Genazzano Institute is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 'Explain the Brain' infographic/video competition.  We received some amazing entries this year - it was a tough choice. Congratulations to all participants for their work and to our winners listed below!  

Huge thanks to our partners, ISN Psychology, for their judging of the entries and generous prize sponsorship, and to Education Perfect for hosting the competition and creating exceptional learning content to support this project.

2019 Winners (You can view their entries below):

1st Place: Ruby Hughes - Applecross Senior High School, WA

2nd Place: Eloise Henneberry & Alexis Bennett - John Wollaston Anglican Community School, WA

3rd Place: Mary Albert - The Illawarra Grammar School, NSW

Schools Prize - Most Valid Entries: John Wollaston Anglican Community School, WA

Ruby Hughes, Applecross Senior High School, WA


Eloise Henneberry & Alexis Bennett VIDEO ENTRY - click HERE, John Wollaston Anglican Community School, WA

3rd Place: Mary Albert - The Ilawarra Grammar School, NSW


Explain the Brain 2019: The Addicted Brain is a competition for students in Year 7-12!  Create a video or infographic to 'explain the brain!' Great prizes are available for winning students and schools. This competition was created by Genazzano Institute and is supported by Education Perfect and ISN Psychology.

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Past Winners - Explain the Brain 2018: The Learning Brain

The calibre of entries in 2018 was extremely high.  Thank you to Genazzano Institute partners, Education Perfect and ISN Psychology, for their very generous support of this competition.  Congratulations to our prize winners!  You can view their entries below.


1st Prize - Aleena Saji  (Year 10, Mount Lawley Senior High School, WA)

2nd Prize - Lilly Reid (Year 7, Kennedy Baptist College, WA)

3rd Prize- Ryan Ahl (Year 9, Scotch College, VIC)

Honourable Mention - Lauren Lewry (Year 10, St Joseph’s Catholic College, East Gosford, NSW)

Honourable Mention - Ruby Hughes