Using NeuroNet in the Classroom
The Classroom Enrichment Program is intended to complement, not replace, existing math and reading curricula in grades K-2. Adding NeuroNet to your daily academic routine, which already includes rigorous math and reading instruction, is the ideal combination.
How Do I Begin Using NeuroNet in My School?
Each teacher using the Classroom Enrichment Program must first complete a 4-hour, online professional development course about NeuroNet. This course includes: The Neuroscience of NeuroNet & Best Practices for implementing NeuroNet.
Once the online training is complete, teachers are ready to use NeuroNet in their classrooms. Every teacher will receive a Software License that includes tech support and data analytics. Every student receives one set of Listen, Talk and Write Books, should the school opt to purchase them. Each day the class will work through one complete level of exercises, which takes about 20 minutes to complete. Each program consists of 8 levels of exercises of increasing difficulty and each level takes 4 weeks to complete.3 of 5 | back | next
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