K-12 and College Tutoring and Test Preparation in the Bronx, NY.

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Dear Families, The Bronx Revolutionary Academy for Innovative New Scientists (BRAINS) is proud to offer you or your child tutoring services with our learning specialists (tutors). We help elementary school students, middle school students, high school students, and college students with reading, writing, mathematics, science, essay writing, homework assistance, special needs’ tutoring, school field-trips and […]

Tours to the first Bronx MAKERSPACE. Customized #3DPrinting #Slime #Drones #Robotics #Coding #Hydroponics

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Have you ever wondered how do robots work? or how does a microwave oven work? Maybe you want to use a microscope or use our virtual reality headsets. Perhaps you would like to 3D print parts for your drone or robot? Or your children want to make slime. Whatever it it, The Bronx Revolutionary Academy […]

Can you view the eclipse using selfie mode?

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Yes, but don’t look for too long as UV rays can reflect your phone’s screen and affect your eyes. With the solar eclipse quickly approaching, many people have last-minute questions regarding today’s event. One popular question is can you watch the eclipse holding your phone with the totality behind you. According to Jim Todd, the OMSI […]

FREE K-5 Math Tutoring Classes for NYC Students at #BRAINSNYC. #PasaLaVoz #FreeTutoring

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Free K-5 Mathematics Tutoring Classes for NYC Students at #BRAINSNYC The Bronx Revolutionary Academy for Innovative New Scientists (BRAINS) is proud to offer free kindergarten to 5th grade math classes. Bring your tablet or laptop, writing materials, and notebooks. Space is very limited. Where: BRAINS NYC, 3022 E. Tremont Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10461. BRAINS is […]

Acquiring scientific #literacy through #content and genre: a theme-based language course for science students – ScienceDirect #LiteracyThroughSTEAM #BRAINSNYC

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BRAINS NYC is the home of #LiteracyThroughSTEAM This article describes a theme-based language course for science students at a South African university. It suggests that acquisition of language for science and technology should be regarded as the acquisition of a range of literacies of science rather than the acquisition of skills or grammatical features. Outlining […]

Total solar eclipse weather forecast as of Aug. 11 – The Washington Post

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The general weather pattern is starting to emerge, but confidence in details is still low. We are publishing regular cloud forecast updates leading up to the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21. We can begin to assemble some likelihoods from historical cloud cover tendencies and very generalized weather patterns predicted by models. But confidence is still quite […]

Amazon is issuing refunds to customers who purchased suspect #SolarEclipse glasses – The Verge #1000TelescopesToEndPoverty #BRAINS

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Amazon is refunding customer purchases for protective solar eclipse glasses that it hasn’t been able to confirm come from a reputable manufacturer, according to a safety notification from the company.Excitement has been building for the upcoming solar eclipse across the United States on August 21st, and would-be eclipse viewers have purchased protective glasses from retailers […]

Solar eclipse 2017: Is it dangerous? – The Washington Post. #1000TelescopesToEndPoverty #SolarEclipse #SolarEclipse2017 #BRAINSNYC

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Fido will be fine, and so will you, if you listen to scientists and use common sense. On Aug. 21, the moon will pass between the Earth and the sun, throwing a wide swath of the United States into darkness. And guess what? It’s all going to be okay. Your eyes won’t shrivel, your skin won’t burn. A […]

1000 Telescopes To End Poverty Campaign. Experience the Solar Eclipse 2017 in New York City.

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Here comes the big one Please take a look at what we are planning at Brains NYC Dear Colleagues & Friends,    Education is the only weapon to end poverty. It is our pleasure to introduce to you all a huge initiative that will create a meaningful learning experience for youths across the New York […]

FREE Professional Development for NYC Teachers. #EdTech #BRAINSNYC

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Creating Infographics using Easel.ly Learn how to use Easel.ly, a free digital tool that allows your students create infographics including digital posters to demonstrate content knowledge learned in classroom lessons across subject areas. Excellent tool for middle and high school students. Clemencia Acevedo is Interested in Education and Historical Research. She is a Hunter(CUNY) and […]

BRAINS me Logo. Genius

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This is our new logo. When you turn it, you will see a smile of a scientist with goggles. #BRAINSNYC #BRAINSinaBox #KnowledgeBox Franchise opportunities available! 646-202-3928

#Robots for #Kids: Designing Social Machines That Support Children’s Learning. #robotics #STEAM – IEEE Spectrum -BRAINS NYC. #BRAINSNYC

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To build better robots, we need to understand kids’ relationships with them. “Hi, my name is Mox!” This story begins in 2013, in a preschool in Boston, where I hide, with laptop, headphones, and microphone, in a little kitchenette. Ethernet cables trail across the hall to the classroom, where 17 children eagerly await their turn […]

Tutoring and test prep sessions are available. Prices will increase soon!

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K-5 English or math tutoring: $280 per month for eight sessions. Pay $2699 for the whole school year and don’t worry about having to pay monthly fees. K-5 summer packets: $70 per hour. $599 for ten hours.  K-5 Homework help: $500 per week. 2 hours per day. At home one on one TUTORING k-12: $75 […]

#BRAINS. Can artificial intelligence, Robotics & VR replace teachers in near future? – AI.Business

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The Bronx Revolutionary Academy for Innovative New Scientists #BRAINS has started a movement. We are promoters of STEAMEd that involves old school teaching techniques and strategies combined with tools like Virtual Reality, Data Science, the Internet of Things, Robotics, 3D printing, coding, and Artificial Intelligence. In our own experience, kids learn better with hands-on project […]