Here is a great way (with 19 slides!) to integrate the human brain into your teaching. On some links you'll find diagrams, pictures, links to YouTube and activities. I try to make learning as fun and interesting as possible.
I open with 4 lobes, and 8 parts of brain in general. I show a colored picture of each part.
I reference a class activity on one slide where students (class) sit in a circle and tap each other on their back. I time how long it takes using the shoulder, and then foot. Students compute and see if/how/why average changes.
I reference a Phineas Gage assignment too. That's for sale in my brain unit here as well.
My "Here's what" slide in the beginning allows me to give students a quick overview of what's happening in the unit. I have for sale many items references and will happily elaborate if you need clarification on them. Change them to suit your needs too.
Adapt these slides to suit your needs. In one slide I reference a YouTube slide which causes students to use a part of their brain that allows them to hear. I use a recent hit summer video, (and I am a HUGE Jimmy Fallon fan!!) but you can use whichever one you want. Students then try to "hum" the song back...we discuss brain aspects.
One of my favorite slides is on the dopamine section, where I discuss Michael J. Fox. I show a link from a classic movie, then a link to his new show. Discussion takes place.
Basically I think this is valuable in any psychology or anatomy class. Good luck! Thanks for looking :)