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BrainWare Learning Company Partners with Readable English

BrainWare Learning Company and Readable English have entered into a partnership, adding Readable English’s innovative approach to helping students more quickly break the code in learning to read English to BrainWare’s portfolio of cognitive literacy solutions.

The Brain — Webinar for Broad Creek Middle School

Betsy Hill,  BrainWare Learning Company's president, met with middle-school students via Nepris, and discussed how we know what parts of the brain do, how the brain changes when we learn and the role of sleep in learning, as well as widely held neuromyths.

Calling All Students for Word Mania!

Word Mania, created by Literacy Planet and supported by BrainWare Learning Company in the U.S., is the biggest online spelling competition around. Word Mania challenges students to build as many

BrainWare Learning Company Teams with LiteracyPlanet

BrainWare Learning Company is teaming with LiteracyPlanet for the U.S. launch of the award-winning, online English Language Arts program. 

What You Eat Affects Your Brain

This excellent video answers these questions and helps us understand that the food we consume affect our brains, just as it affects our hearts and the rest of our bodies.

The Brain that Predicts the Future

Can your brain really predict the future?  Absolutely!  In fact, predicting the future is something our brains do constantly. It turns out that there are two different areas of the brain that helpp us anticipate when something will happen.

Research Continues to Show Link Between Media Violence and Aggressive Behavior

Research continues to add to the already strong evidence of the impact of media violence on aggressive behavior.  A recent study looked at teens and concluded that teens with high

The Brain Connections Involved in Procrastination

Researchers have discovered that people who procrastinate tend to have larger amygdalae (the structure in the brain associated with fear) and weaker connections between the amygdala and the part of the brain that regulates the recognition of salience of fear and initiation.

BrainWare Learning Company Approved to Support School Improvement Initiatives in Indiana

In June, the Indiana Deparatment of Education (INDOE) approved 35 companies as technical assistance partners for the State's School Improvement efforts, including BrainWare Learning Company.  In August, school and district personnel from across the state had an opportunity to meet one-on-one with technical assistance partners to explore how they can work together to help achieve the State's amitious goals under ESSA (the Every Student Succeeds Act).

How Neurons Multitask

Duke University researchers have shown that neurons seem to be capable of carrying more than one signal at a time.  They do this, apparently, in much the same way that telecommunications engineers developed rapid switching between pieces of two different messages.

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