BrainWise in Child Care- Fort Morgan

Posted On: February 26, 2009

The link at the bottom of this blog entry will take you to the Fort Morgan Times web site where BrainWise instructor and teacher, Christine Cerbana was featured.  Her presence at the March 7th class, offered courtesy of the Morgan County Family Center, will be a plus for those in attendance.

Here is a snippet from the arcticle:

“How to Be BrainWise” covers how problem-solving skills are important in the development of resilient children. Participants will learn about the Ten Wise Ways of Brainwise and understand how problem solving is related to behavior management.

Christine Cerbana, parent education coordinator for Colorado State University Extension, will present the program at the Morgan County Extension Center, 914 E. Railroad in Fort Morgan. Each program in the series is approved for three clock hours for child care licensure renewal.”

Chrisitine heads the Partners in Parenting program at CSU.  This should be a great session!

Please follow and like us:

BrainWise: Neuroscience for Nonscientists

Medical books and journals once were the only place to find images of the brain. As science and technology have advanced, photos capturing the brain’s complexities are now available to nonscientists through newspapers, magazines, the Internet and books like Seymour Simon’s The Brain. Image of real brain picture used by a classroom teacher.  The picture shows how her student marked […]

Read More »

Scientific Measures of Storytelling May Offer Research Opportunities for BrainWise

Storytelling has long been used as a teaching tool, but the outcomes have been difficult to measure. A new study shares an evaluation method that validates results and could be applied to future BrainWise research.    Scientists used psychophysiological (mind/body) measures to study the effect of storytelling and riddle-based games on children hospitalized in intensive care […]

Read More »

BrainWise Masters: Fake News Experts

BrainWise graduates are undaunted by Fake News – they use the 10 Wise Ways to help stem the flood of misinformation and practice good decision-making. This complements research on remedies found to halt the spread of false news: Scientists have identified thinking skills as an antidote for  people who unknowingly accept false, incomplete, or deceptive information as truth.   Social […]

Read More »
error

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)