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BrainWare Safari has been specifically designed to
comprehensively develop the cognitive skills that are the most
important for learning ability, as well as to enhance the desire and
effort that are so crucial for mental performance.
The following principles are embodied in BrainWare Safari’s
- An individual’s learning ability is not genetically
predetermined in the way that physical attributes like red hair or
blue eyes are determined. While learning ability is guided by an
individual’s genetic code, it arises in significant part through
the process of development.
- The plasticity of the brain is greater in children, but the
brain exhibits the ability to change and develop throughout life.
- Human learning is hierarchical. Skills build in a learning
pyramid, in which basic skills provide an underpinning for more
- Processing skills are highly integrated in effective brain
- The brain can only perform one skill consciously at a time.
When multiple cognitive skills are required, as in most learning
situations, all but one have to be performed automatically, at the
- Visual processing, visualization and visual thinking
(spatial-temporal reasoning) are vital in learning and thinking.
- Stimulation is an important factor in motivating attention and
meaningful participation in a learning activity.
- Immediate feedback is necessary to enable error correction,
and faster, more accurate learning.
- Sequenced challenges that address the range of each
individual’s strengths and weaknesses are required to provide the
appropriate levels of challenge and intensity.
- Success and self-confidence are vital parts of the feedback
loop that increase desire and effort.