BrainWare SAFARI Shown to Impact Students in Iran with Reading Problems
Researchers in Iran working with dyslexic students showed increases in memory and attention in students diagnosed with reading difficulties following the use of BrainWare. The experimental group showed training effects on non-trained tests as well as transfer effect to visual-auditory sustained attention, visual auditory vigilance/speed, and hyperactivity after training.
Neuroscience in the Classroom
In this webinar, we will discuss the key trends in education including limited funds, the pressure for accountability, the emphasis on teacher proficiency and the move to the Common Core Standards -- and how these trends are adding unprecedented urgency to incorporating brain-based strategies.
Left-Brained or Right-Brained? You’re Asking the Wrong Question
Earlier this week, I came across a posting on a Linked-In Group I belong to that contained an explanation of the ways that our brains apportion the work we ask them