Thinking for Results
Thinking for Results (BrainSMART, 2011)
The question is no longer “How smart am I?” but “How smart can I become?” Thinking for Results is a research-based approach to equipping students with higher-order thinking skills they need to achieve their full potential in school and in life.
Learn why IQ should not be a limiting factor in setting and attaining academic goals. Discover how learning changes the physical structure of the brain. Equip your students with the cognitive assets they need for success in school and other endeavors.
Use the Three Phases of Genius approach to identify and help students develop the skills they need to increase achievement. Help students cultivate the self-management tools they need to be the “boss of their brains.”