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41 Cognitive Skills in 6 Areas

Attention
The skills that help us control the focus of our attention and screen out distractions. These skills include: Sustained Attention (Visual and Auditory), Selective Attention (Visual and Auditory), Divided Attention, and Flexible Attention.
Memory
The ability to screen, hold onto, manipulate, store and retrieve information in our minds. These skills include: Short-Term Sensory Memory (Visual and Auditory), Immediate Memory (Visual and Auditory), Working Memory, Visual Spatial Memory, Long-Term Memory, Sequential Memory (Visual and Auditory), and Visual Simultaneous Memory.
Thinking
The ability to abstract and process information rapidly to solve a problem or meet a goal. These skills include: Logic, Reasoning, Planning, Problem-Solving, Strategic Thinking, Visual Thinking, Conceptual Thinking and Decision Speed.
Sensory Integration
The ability to process and make a coherent whole out of multiple sensory inputs and to control how our bodies interact with the environment. These skills include: Oculomotor skills, Visual-Motor Integration, Auditory-Motor Integration, Timing & Rhythm and Visual-Auditory Integration.
Auditory Processing
The skills that take in and process auditory information efficiently and accurately. These skills include: Auditory Discrimination, Auditory Sequential Processing, and Auditory Processing Speed.
Visual Processing
The skills the enable us to take in and process visual information efficiently and accurately. These include: Visual Discrimination, Visual Figure Ground, Visual Form Consistency, Directionality, Visual Span, Visual Simultaneous Processing, Visual Sequential Processing, Visualization and Visual Processing Speed

Success Stories from Our Users

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Adult Users Say ... If I’d Had It Earlier, School Would Have Been Much Less Difficult

by Joshua Woodward, MSW, Chicago, IL

"I spent the better part of my years in grammar school in "LD" classes, where I wasn't challenged. I suffered when I made the transition to "Mainstream" classes. My performance was average at best, but I was able to teach myself the necessary skills to be as successful as my peers and did the same at all of the subsequent transitions to junior high, high school, college and graduate school. After having worked through BrainWare Safari, I can attest to its usability as well as playability. Had I been given such a tool in my early stages of learning, i blelieve my time in school would have been less difficult."

Kids Say ... I’ve Gotten Better at Listening

by Drew D. (Age 10)

"I've gotten better at listening. I used to misunderstand stuff because I didn't read the instructions and got right to work, but BrainWare Safari taught me to slow down and double-check my work."

Educators Say ... A Major Breakthrough in Education

by Dr. Lou Barber, Former State Asst. Supt., CA

"When I became aware of the effectiveness of BrainWare Safari, I recognized the potential contribution this program could make to the educational field. It basically provides a process by which the brain learns how to learn. BrainWare Safari is a well-designed series of brain exercises in a game format that works for all learners--school-age students aged 6 and older, as well as adults. It is truly a major breakthrough in education and has unlimited potential for individuals with disability as well as those with high-level academic ability."

Kids Say ... Lots of Stuff is Easier

by Rachel C. (Age 8)

"I can concentrate more and lots of stuff is easier."

Educators Say ... I Could See Changes in Their Ability to Think Logically

by Michelle Fisher-Jones, Teacher, IN

"It is sad, as an educator, to see many students who come into my class lacking the confidence they need to be successful in school. It is imperative that students are given the opportunities to excel. BrainWare Safari was that opportunity and the students definitely took advantage of it. I could see changes in their ability to think logically and to solve problems. They looked forward to practicing the skills in BrainWare Safari. They just wanted to keep going."

Educators Say ... The Program Boosted Their Self-Esteem

by Natalie Cordell, Teacher, IN

"I love BrainWare Safari and so do the students. The program is indeed a great way for the students to learn while having fun. Many of them have shown more willingness to work independently. The program definitely has boosted thier self-esteem as they have graduated many levels. It is rewarding to watch them solve problems and reach success."

Educators Say ... An Information Age Tool that Supports Information Age Thinking

by Ronald L. Kraft, Superintendent, MI

"To educate students in the Information Age instead of the Industrial Age, we need Information Age tools and materials that support Information Age thinking. BrainWare Safari is on the cutting edge of preparing students to be Information Age thinkers using exercises that develop their ability to recognize patterns, solve problems, and think more effectively."

Parents Say ... She Made the Honor Roll

by Patrick T. (Brianna, Age 8, and Angela, Age 10)

"It's been a phenomenal experience to watch both children go through BrainWare Safari, especially Brianna. Brianna was having some challenges in school, and after she completed BrainWare Safari, she made the honor roll, which has been exciting and a very proud moment for me as a father."

Parents Say ... I Don’t Have to Repeat Myself

by Julie B. (Nicholas, Age 9)

"I'm happy with BrainWare Safari and I've watched Nick's progess. His attention is better. I think his memory is better too. But what I really notice is that I don't have to repeat myself 20 times to get him to do something."

Parents Say ... Grades Have Improved

by Mary H. (Philip, Age 10)

"Whereas before Philip would come home and want to do other things because homework was too hard or would take too long. Now he comes home and does it. And the best part is his grades have improved."

News from BrainWare

I Smell Something Amazing! – by Dr. Sara Sawtelle

I do smell something amazing … success! A man paralyzed from the chest down from a knife attack in 2010, can now walk! Doctors transplanted nerve cells from his nose into his severed spinal cord resulting in a first of its kind regenerative medicine. Darek Fidyka is walking again after having a completely severed spinal […]

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Giving Every Student the Equivalent of a Time Turner — by Betsy Hill

In The Prisoner of Azkaban, the third book in the Harry Potter series, Hermione Granger manages to attend extra classes with the help of a Time Turner. The Time Turner allows her to go back in time so that she can, in effect, take two classes at once. To use the parlance of renowned education […]

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BrainWare Announcements

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New Online Course -- From Synapses to Strategies

We are very excited to announce the launch of a new online professional development course for educators called “From Synapses to Strategies.” 
The course dispels myths and provides a solid foundation of brain structure and function to inform classroom practice.  Participants will build on this foundation to explore brain-compatible instructional strategies, with clear definitions and vivid examples, leading to their applying what they have learned in developing strategies for their own classroom use.  Learn more.

Indiana State-Wide Neuroscience and Education Study

We are working with the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at Indiana University on an independent research study that w would serve to inform policy decisions regarding the adoption of BrainWare SAFARI across a broad spectrum of elementary schools and student populations.  Get more information about the upcoming Indiana State-Wide Neuroscience in Education Study.