BrainWise Blog

Be BrainWise and Be Happy

Research on happiness has exploded including an academic publication called the Journal of Happiness Studies. Nobel Prize winners Daniel Kahneman and Angus Deaton publish extensively on the subject, and universities now offer a doctorate degree in positive psychology. The Harvard Study...

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BrainWise and Loneliness

The feeling of loneliness is a Red Flag our body sends to our brain that alerts us that important social connections we need for survival are at risk.  It is a signal that motivates us to reconnect with others and...

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BrainWise Online Delivery and Support

A heartfelt hello during these unsettled and unpredictable times! The end to the pandemic is not happening soon and you may be preparing to teach in flipped, blended, and online classes or using a combination of these approaches. The use...

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BrainWise and American History

Many individuals and organizations are primed right now to address inequalities which still exist in the United States. This newsletter shares how you can use BrainWise to create lessons and activities that have students utilize the 10 Wise Ways to learn more expansive and...

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BrainWise: Providing Support for Covid-19 Caregivers

Residents and staff of nursing homes and other skilled nursing care centers have borne the brunt of COVID-19 deaths and illnesses.  In a search for mental health resources to support her staff at Colonial Columns, a SAVA Senior Care facility...

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