How can students use Forbrain with the active recall study method?

by Forbrain Team

The active recall study technique is commonly used by students and schoolchildren wherein they test their memory after study sessions.

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10 ways to start off the new academic school year

by Forbrain Team

Students and children may be learning online again this year, or maybe heading back into the classroom after many months of virtual school.

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Setting goals for the new academic year with Forbrain

by Forbrain Team

Have you set your academic goals for the new year yet? If not, you're in the right place!

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Inspirational Forbrain Stories of 2020 - What these families achieved truly warms our hearts!

by Forbrain Team

Through the many obstacles that we were faced with this year, Forbrain proved to be a constant learning companion for many families. 

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3 educational tools that are making learning interactive & fun!

by Forbrain Team

Educational tools and various digital learning solutions encourage collaboration and facilitate engagement between parents, students, teachers.

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Back to School with Forbrain - Understanding the learning process

by Forbrain Team

In order to effectively tackle the rigors of a full-fledged academic year and to facilitate the most optimal learning environment, it is important to have a clear comprehension of the various cognitive aspects of the learning process. 

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5 tips for easy learning at home using Forbrain!

by Forbrain Team

Forbrain is a great learning tool that students and children can use to complement their academic pursuits from home.

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Teachers and Parents review Forbrain for improving Attention and Memory

by Howard Rankin

The principle of neuroplasticity, on which Forbrain is based, is now a key understanding of how the brain works – it is being retrained constantly.

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How to teach Phonological Awareness to children to become better readers and learners

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

Long before a child learns to read, we can predict and influence the level of reading they will be capable of reaching.

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