Month: June 2014

5 Summer Learning Advantages of Brain Chase

The Brain Chase online summer learning program officially kicks off at 9:00 am Eastern on Monday June 30th. At that time, the first animated webisode will be released allowing participants to learn more about Mae Merriweather, Tate Grayson, and the Globe of Magellan. If you are still on the fence about signing up, here are […]

Want To Be Part Of An Adventure?

If you grew up during the 1980s or 1990s, you may remember the Choose Your Own Adventure book series. The books were slightly different than normal children’s book because they were written in the second person and allowed the reader to assume the role of protagonist. In this format, the reader had the ability to […]

Our Partners – myOn & Khan Academy

During elementary school, I used to struggle to get up for school every morning, preferring instead to say within the warm confines of my bed. But I never had a problem waking up early on Saturday mornings. The reason for my intrinsic motivation was simple – Saturday Morning Cartoons. My favorite Saturday morning cartoon was […]

Masquerade and the Origins of Brain Chase

  I remember the first day my mind was blown by a picture book. It was 1983 in Littleton, Colorado. Every week our second grade class at Damon Runyon Elementary would file quietly through the library and circle up at the feet of Mrs. Webber for story time. Mrs. Webber was exactly how you’d picture […]

7 Things We Learn From the Brain Chase Trailer

The Brain Chase Trailer has been out for a few weeks now. The trailer is interesting because it gives us insight into the storyline, the location of the buried treasure, and some indication of what will be required each week. Let’s unwrap this trailer and see what clues and hints we can find: Brain Chase […]