Dr. Lynne Kenney helps clinicians, teachers and parents improve kid’s thinking, self-regulation, behavior and learning with Bloom BrainSmarts activities emphasizing, music, rhythm, movement, creativity, communication, exercise and nutrition.

 

 

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Can You Name 3 Ways To Improve Executive Function?

September 21st, 2016|Comments Off on Can You Name 3 Ways To Improve Executive Function?

This week I visited a fabulous brain school, Lexis Prep (thank you Anita and Bonnie!) and met with a wonderful educator who is teaching her students executive function skills by [...]

Is Kindness on the Decline? We don’t think so…

September 20th, 2016|Comments Off on Is Kindness on the Decline? We don’t think so…

This week on LinkedIn Todd Kominiak shared a U Mich (2010) study showing that empathy was on the decline among college students in America. Okay, that got me going... Google Scholar, phone calls [...]

Yale start-up C8 Sciences Combines Computer Games + Physical Exercises with Meaningful Results

September 13th, 2016|Comments Off on Yale start-up C8 Sciences Combines Computer Games + Physical Exercises with Meaningful Results

Next generation empirically-based executive function training is here. In a study published in Scientific Reports this week, the Yale start-up C8 Sciences is generating meaningful learning results for our students [...]

How to have the “Cognitive Conversation” about Kindness

September 12th, 2016|Comments Off on How to have the “Cognitive Conversation” about Kindness

A few teachers, parents and clinicians in our community have been asking, "What is a Cognitive Conversation?" I made this 15 min video for you all to take you through [...]