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Reading Success Depends on Cognitive Factors

Digital Promise has created an interactive model of the factors at play in learning to read and mastering other aspects of literacy from ages 4  to 6.  The factors are

Measuring and Developing Executive Functions

Scheduled for July 19, 11 a.m. Central Time This webinar will be recorded. Register Executive Functions are a class of cognitive skills that constitute the directive capacities of our minds.

Time for Some Summer Webinar Binge Watching?

Summer is a great time to catch up on webinars that you might have missed (and get some professional development credit along the way).  Here are some of our most

Helping Schools Meet the Goals of State ESSA Plans

Over the last few years since the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) became law, state departments of education have developed plans to implement the provisions of the legislation.  While each

Roger Stark to Address Serious Games Conference

Roger Stark, CEO of BrainWare Learning Company will be making a presentation on July 12 at the Serious Games Conference at George Mason University.  In his speech, he will share

STEM and SEL: A Perfect Match

In this Webinar, we will explore the driving forces behind the push for STEM and SEL, the relationship between SEL and STEM, and the underlying skills that support both. We hope to show that, far from being disconnected, the two are, indeed, a perfect match.

Flag Day Puzzle

In honor of the day, here is a puzzle.  Look at the array of flags below and see if you can figure out which one goes where the question mark

BrainWare SAFARI and Other Summer Brain Builders

In this webinar, we will talk about best practices for using BrainWare SAFARI with your child and we will explore other activities that can help strengthen children’s cognitive skills so that the upcoming summer weeks are a time to build, rather than lose, learning capacity.

Practical Ideas for Ending Summer Brain Drain

Numerous research studies support the evidence that many students lose a good portion of their learning over the summer.  Estimates are that the loss is around 2 to 2.6 months

The Marshmallow Test Revisited

You may already be familiar with the marshmallow test.  If not, imagine a 4-year old in a room.  The researcher puts a marshmallow on the table in front of the