Brain Science Rules

Demanding Course Work Builds Brains

The agonies of math? The challenges of a new language? Even harder challenges of a new language that uses a different alphabet? The focus on details demanded by computer programming?

The research is unequivocal. The more you study, learn, and practice hard academic material, the more you get smarter.

Yes, you do!

 

Brain Science Rules2020-04-04T20:12:16+00:00

Propel Yourself into Your Future

Dual Duty

Most importantly, The First Rung presentations show students how they can not only build their academic portfolio with hard work in challenging academic subjects, they can ‘convert’ their hard work into language that will impress college admissions officials and businesses alike.

Yes, that’s right. Even eighth grade students will be able to not only impress their teachers, but they will learn how to compile, evaluate, and present their performance in middle school in a way that will impress college admissions officials and employers alike!

Talk about communications!

To ensure that students have learned and understood the content in this module, there is an online debriefing exercise for each.

Propel Yourself into Your Future2020-04-01T06:17:36+00:00

Mysteries of Histories

An Energetic View of History

The last of our five classroom learning modules targets History class and presents a completely different take on the progress human beings have made since the end of the Ice Age.

The module also emphasizes how the rate of change in technological advances has increased and how that rate of change will impact students’ futures.

To ensure that students have learned and understood the content in this module, there is an online debriefing exercise for each.

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Mysteries of Histories2020-04-01T06:18:22+00:00

Multiple Languages = $$

So Many Languages

We offer two electronic Classroom Learning Modules in which we detail the importance of language. These presentations help students understand why learning English is key, how learning specific foreign languages can help them snag great jobs that pay more money but not all languages are created equal.

We define the impact that appropriate and skilled use of language (both the spoken and written word) makes on decision-making individuals, such as employers and college officials. Adding appropriate body language can morph an interview into a job offer.

Adding a computer language to one’s repertoire makes a job candidate almost unbeatable.

To ensure that students have learned and understood the content in this module, there is an online debriefing exercise for each.

Multiple Languages = $$2020-04-08T15:34:10+00:00

Exercise Your Mind

Take a Bath in Hard Math

We have two electronic Classroom Learning Modules targeting Mathematics Class that showcase widely accepted research and emphasize that hard work in hard courses (especially in Mathematics) is the best way to build the mind for the next level of learning.

That counts for all future options, whether a student’s goal is to attend a two-year college, a four-year college, an industry training program, join the military, or go directly to work.

The mind is like a muscle. If you don’t exercise it, a lot of the strength you could have you won’t have.

These electronic presentations clearly connect learning to earning by emphasizing the relationship between school, work, and life — and how earning the resources required to have a healthy and enjoyable life starts in grade eight.

Exercise Your Mind2020-04-01T06:59:33+00:00