BrainWise for Individuals
“BrainWise is amazing! It is the backbone of the Colorado Adolescent Mentoring Program and should be used by all mentoring programs. It contains everything that you need to know about thinking skills and how to teach them. Mentees will use these skills for the rest of their lives.”
Ed Isely, former Director
Colorado Adolescent Mentoring Program.
A Guide to Building Thinking
Skills in Young People - For Use by Mentors, Counselors,
Social Workers and Others
BrainWise One-on-One is 275 pages of guided teaching
activities for mentors, counselors, social workers and
others who work one-on-one with children and youth. An
easy-to-follow format sets forth the goals and objectives
of each lesson, as well as a list of materials to use
for each activity. It includes a packet of material for
the individual student that contains reproducible worksheets,
a set of BrainWise cards, bookmark,
skill sheets, and a certificate of completion. Individual
sets of material for additional students can be ordered separately.
Individual Student Sets
These individual student sets contain a pack of the BrainWise cards, a bookmark, skill sheets, and a colorful Certificate of Completion of the BrainWise Program. Designed for use by an individual student in conjunction with the One-on-One curriculum, they can be used as a tool to continually reinforce the concepts of the 10 Wise Ways!
BrainWise One-on-One and Poster Set
Order a poster set with a curriculum
and receive a $20.00 discount!.
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*Because it is a non-profit organization, revenue generated from the sale of BrainWise products is used to subsidize program costs at inner city schools, and help pay for the agency's operating expenses. The agency estimates that 90 % of its revenue is spent on the development, production, implementation, and evaluation of the BrainWise program!
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© 2008 Patricia Gorman Barry, Ph.D.