Brain Frames are a set of six graphical patterns that students draw to organize their language and ideas. If students have thoughts, they can show them with Brain Frames. If they can show their ideas, they can organize them, reflect on them, refine them, remember them, and communicate effectively with others.
Because they support virtually all aspects of learning, Brain Frames are one of our go-to methods. They can be used in any grade – from preschool to college and beyond – to help with tasks where structure and organization are key. We’ve yet to work with a student who didn’t find them helpful.