MEETING DIFFERENT STUDENT NEEDS
Brain Chase works equally well as a gifted-and-talented program and as a targeted remediation program - and can even do both at the same time! How? Because each student can choose her own subjects and move entirely at her own pace.LEARN HOW TO BUILD YOUR OWN PROGRAM
MEETING DIFFERENT ORGANIZATIONAL NEEDS
You can choose to register students individually or as a team. If registered individually, students will each receive their own student dashboard and will complete personalized learning electives as they search for the treasure.
If registered as a team, students will work together on collaborative team electives, and will also work jointly on the treasure hunt. The team option is ideal for organizations that need a little more flexibility than the personalized programs offer. Teams pay one flat rate, allowing any number of students to participate at any given time. This works well for libraries, YMCAs, and other groups where attendance is less predictable.
ENRICHING SUMMER, AFTER-SCHOOL, AND SCHOOL HOURS
Have a building, a facilitator, and a group of students - but need something enriching and amazingly fun to do? Brain Chase is a completely turn-key program. Don't have access to a computer lab? No problem - you can participate as a team, doing all of your work offline.
Brain Chase provides training webinars, weekly Discussion Guides, and full technical support, so you can spend less time troubleshooting and more time treasure hunting. There's never been an easier way to both entertain and enrich students.
TAKING ADVANTAGE OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES
Online learning is changing the education industry, but let's face it - some schools and organizations can move a little faster than others. Brain Chase gives you the opportunity to experiment with cutting-edge technologies on a small scale, without rolling out massive blended learning initiatives.
And speaking of cutting-edge, the Brain Chase treasure hunt provides a massive boost to each student's 21st Century skills like collaboration and teamwork, creativity and imagination, critical thinking, and problem solving.