BRAINERY FOR SCHOOLS
This is a unique programme aimed at developing the potential of current and future pedagogical staff – at universities, secondary schools and primary schools. We teach a deeper understanding of human behaviour, more complex thinking, critical thinking skills and how to observe the world around us in a more tolerant way.
Brainery is based on the latest knowledge from the behavioral sciences and neurobiology. At the same time, it applies the most effective forms of learning, it is interactive, uses virtual reality and certified "game based learning" tools. The aim of the programme is the practical application of innovative knowledge and methods in educational and managerial practice.
21st CENTURY TEACHER
Not only in our opinion, but also according to renowned global institutions such as the Fortune 500 and the Institute for the Future, the development of skills and competencies that are part of the Brainery programme is crucial. An environment full of change, uncertainty and innovation demands that the teacher should be proficient not only in technology but also a socially skilled facilitator and be able to bring and apply new methods and trends to the educational process, to unite the group and create an environment in which students can fully develop their talents and potential. The basic and absolutely necessary equipment of the teacher should be adaptive and innovative thinking, social and emotional intelligence, excellent presentation skills and the ability to handle stressful situations. At the same time, the constant influx of new scientific knowledge creates pressure on critical thinking and the ability to constantly learn, absorb new knowledge, verify it, revise it, and apply it up-to-date and relevant to its practice. At the time of the information explosion, it is necessary to learn to work with cognitive overload, attention, memory and stress. The Brainery programme uses latest knowledge from a wide range of scientific disciplines and offers 21st century education for both educators and students.
TRIGGERS OF SOCIAL CHANGES
These phenomena form and radically change our society and they exert pressure to develop specific skills.
*Source, IFTF, Future Work Skills 2030