Month: April 2015

How Does Brain Chase Track Students’ Work?

Brain Chase offers summer adventurers “personalized learning” opportunities through some of the best online learning curriculum providers on the web. But what exactly does that mean? First of all, it’s important to understand that Brain Chase is not a curriculum creator. We have not written curricula for various grades or age groups. We’ve simply partnered […]

Can You Dig It? #Funfindfriday

Until Max and Mae Merriweather hit the scene, Harrison Ford’s depiction of heart-throb archaeologist Indiana Jones was pretty much the coolest (or only) archaeologist in pop culture. I think it’s worth mentioning, though, that Archaeology is so much more than a costumed celebrity. Yes, the inquisitive heroes of history may wear a khaki top now […]

But What About Family Trips and Sleepaway Camps?

We often get asked about how Brain Chase can fit into existing summer plans. Whether you’re traveling overseas, visiting areas without wifi, or sending your kids to an ever-memorable sleepaway camp, Brain Chase is custom-built to fit your sense of adventure. It’s all based on the model of the program; we incorporate flexibility into every step […]

Five Mindsets to Change About How Schooling Must Be

History is full of examples of people who thought that how things were was how they always must be. Consider these fixed mindsets from the past: “There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home.” – Ken Olson, president, chairman, and founder of Digital Equipment Corporation, 1977 “Heavier-than-air flying machines are impossible.”  […]