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Roger Stark to Speak at Serious Games Conference

Roger Stark, BrainWare Learning Company's CEO, will be speaking at the Conference on Serious Games at George Mason University July 10-12, 2018. The conference, now in its 8th year, is a leadership conference for professionals who embrace the idea that games can revolutionize learning.

Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone

Roger Stark, BrainWare Learning Company’s CEO, was interviewed about his own educational trajectory, in this article on Operation Enterprise, a program offered to enterprising young people by the American Managment

CIOReview Names BrainWare Learning Company to Top 20 Gamification List

BrainWare Learning Company is named one of the top 20 global gamification solutions providers by CIOReview, a leading online technology magazine, in the publication’s November issue. According to CIOReview, the

Is Cognitive Capacity the Civil Rights Issue of Today?

Unless all students are able to develop the cognitive foundation for learning, then only some will have what it takes to fully access and derive value from their education. This is an issue of access much like other access issues in our society. It may be that the cognitive capacity gap is the civil rights issue of our day.

A Blueprint for Developing a 21st Century Worker

"Today's workplace runs largely on the cognitive ability of workforce." The webinar addresses the importance of cognitive development for workers, both experienced and new hires, for the 21st century. Learn more.

Congressional Briefing on Neuroscience in the Classroom

Congressional Briefing Hosted by Congressman Danny Davis Roger Stark, Dr. Pat Wolfe, Dr. Sarah Avtzon, Superintendent Ron Kraft

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.