Brain Talk Curriculum is Officially HERE!


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It’s live y’all!

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Carrie Lindemuth and I couldn’t be more excited to announce that the Brain Talk curriculum and its official, new website, are finally here!

After countless hours of research, design and development, we can’t wait for you to begin using this new approach to metacognitive and executive functioning instruction, all for the introductory price of $50.00 for an annual subscription. Our “price point goal” is to (hopefully) make Brain Talk affordable and attainable for therapists, teachers, other professionals, and parents alike…without breaking the bank! The Brain Talk curriculum consists of eight units that introduce key components of the brain and build the narrative of neural integration. Each unit of the Brain Talk curriculum builds upon the previous unit, and includes a whiteboard animated video, lesson plans, and accompanying materials targeted to the students with whom you are working. Separate lesson plans and materials for each unit exist for early elementary, upper elementary, middle/high school, and a therapy model. An annual subscription to Brain Talk provides access to all units and curriculum materials, as well as new materials as they are added throughout the year.

All unit videos, as well as all instructional materials for units one through four, are currently available for download through the new site once you have purchased your subscription. The instructional materials for units five through eight are receiving their final touches, and will be available to subscribers by February 14th (A happy Valentine’s Day from Brain Talk). You can visit the Brain Talk website at www.braintalktherapy.com to make the curriculum yours today!

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We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your interest and support, and can’t wait to have you as part of the Brain Talk family!

1 thought on “Brain Talk Curriculum is Officially HERE!”

  1. Hannah and Carrie,
    The two of you have created a curriculum that had been the missing link for so many students. Brain based learning and inderstanding the “why” behind actions or inaction takes so much pressure and judgement off our students with lagging skills. I wish you much success with this wonderful body of work! Terri


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