"Our brains are constantly changing and developing. The more we exercise them, the faster we learn, and the better we process the information we receive. Working on the 41 cognitive skills encompassed in BrainWare Safari can help kids perform better, do tasks more efficiently, remember what they've been studying in school better, and be able to stay on task longer. The skills children learn in BrainWare Safari they will apply every day of their lives."
Learning Enhancement Corporation has created the BrainWare Safari Brain Awareness Week Grants to support a broader understanding of the importance of brain research and its contribution to effective learning and cognitive development in schools. This year's Brain Awareness Week, sponsored by the Dana Foundation, is scheduled for March 11 to 17, 2013. Up to 14 school applicants will receive a variety of awards with a a value totaling over $100,000 in licenses for BrainWare Safari cognitive development software.
BrainWare Safari Brain Awareness Week Grants:
Three-Year School-Wide Grant -- 3-year building-level BrainWare Safari license for an Elementary or Middle School
Up to 2 School-Wide Grants will be awarded.
Classroom Grant -- 30 student licenses to be used within one school, Elementary, Middle or High School
Up to 6 Classroom Grants will be awarded.
Student Support Grant -- 5 student licenses to be used within one School, Elementary, Middle or High School
Up to 6 Student Support Grants will be awarded. Recipients of Student Support Grants will be chosen from among the pool of applicants for the Three-Year School-Wide Grant and the Classroom Grant who are not selected for those awards. A separate application for a Student Support Grant is not required.
The recipients of the BrainWare Safari Brain Awareness Grants will be announced during Brain Awareness Week 2013.