Ann Arbor, MI, June 25, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- CrossBraining, a project based learning innovation firm, has unveiled its Adventure Learning program. The Michigan-based tech education company believes their program provides students and teachers more opportunities to become active learners and seek new adventures in learning, enhance the learning process, use media as a research and assessment tool and integrate visual media into their current technology so that students develop the skills needed to become our future leaders. Students learn best when they learn through experience. CrossBraining provides an easy-to-use, engaging STEM curriculum to help develop young minds.
CrossBraining has revolutionized project based learning by creating lesson plans that integrate Common Core and STEM standards while using GoPro’s HERO Session™ camera as the primary technology tool in the classroom.
“The Adventure Learning Program increases long-term retention of content, helps students perform as well as or better than traditional learners in high-stakes tests, improves problem-solving and collaboration skills, and improves students' attitudes towards learning,” said Josh Nichols, founder of CrossBraining. “It also provides an effective model for whole-school reform,” Students easily develop complex learning
competencies required for success in college, career, civic and personal life.
CrossBraining’s unique lesson plans paired with GoPro’s indestructible Session camera, provide an atmosphere where both students and teachers can’t wait to get to school every day. School is in Session.
CrossBraining is a project based learning innovation firm. We focus on creating unique project based learning activities with lesson plans, that incorporate the use of GoPro Inc.’s HERO Session camera. Our approach is results-oriented and focused on a learning experience that provides an easy-to-use, engaging curriculum to help develop young minds in science, technology, engineering and math. Learning is an adventure. Capture it.
“Crossbraining is a multidisciplinary approach to teaching and learning through projects, activities and videos." -Josh Nichols.
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