BrainWise at Charter School Conference

Posted On: November 29, 2008

Dr. Barry was invited to present at the 15th Annual Conference of Colorado Charter Schools.  Dr. Barry conducted the presentation on BrainWise, outlining the concepts of the the 10 Wise Ways and reviewing the research supporting the program.  She was paired with Steve Ingersoll, founder of Smart Schools.

After the presentation, Dr. Barry received an invitation from Steve Ingersoll to fly to Michigan and visit the school.  Other invitees include Amy Slothower from Denver Ventures, the new charter school sponsored by the Downtown Denver Partnership and modeled after Denver School of Science and Technology and two representatives of the Colorado Charter Schools.

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