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5 Steps to Improving Grades and Report Card Discussions with Your Child

October 29, 2019 11:00 a.m. Central REGISTER   Your child brings home their latest report card – or more often these days, it arrives in the mail or you retrieve it online.  If your

Supporting Diverse Learners in Literacy   Helping students develop literacy skills is challenging when they bring a diversity of cognitive capacity to the classroom. How can teachers support students

Ten Ways to Make Learning More Efficient and Effective   As many families get ready for a new school year, they are probably spending a lot of time thinking about what they need to learn, the best tools and

Five Skills That Would Make Teaching Easier (and More Effective) Teaching is not an easy job and it’s not getting any easier. Like just about every profession, the technology used for the job, the expectations and the pressure

BrainWare Learning-Mindprint Test Prep Workshop   In this workshop, Nancy Weinstein, CEO of Mindprint Learning, and Betsy Hill, President of BrainWare Learning, walk through the new Mindprint Test Prep

Stop Running Against the Wind   Most of us make learning harder than it needs to be.  Why?  Because we don’t really understand what it takes to learn something.  And because we don’t

The Cognitive Impact of Poverty: Implications for Teaching   Numerous studies have shown the impact of poverty on the brain. Individuals who grow up in impoverished environments generally have less developed cognitive

Cognitive Literacy Solutions Demos

  BrainWare SAFARI -- Brain-Building at Its Best BrainWare SAFARI is the most researched, comprehensive, integrated online cognitive training tool in the world. But what does that look

Engage Students in a Literacy Adventure LiteracyPlanet brings together curriculum-aligned literacy education and the latest digital technology. Whether for early reading skills or

You Don’t Have to Be Dyslexic to Have Trouble Learning to Read English All but seven states now require teachers to be trained on recognizing and supporting students with dyslexia. In one way, that makes sense. Early identification and