Building Self-Confidence and Skill Mastery Through BrainPOP at School for Learning Disabled Students

In this case study we see how BrainPOP helps learning disabled students develop skill mastery and self-confidence.

The mission of Verona, NJ’s The Children’s Institute (TCI) has always been to provide the highest quality educational and therapeutic programs for students with learning, language and social/emotional challenges. When assistant Principal Gina Catania found herself looking for new ways to carry out that mission and help her students, ages 3 through 21, achieve their maximum potential as responsible adults, she turned to technology. She knew it was a great way to capture and maintain her students’ attention.

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