We'll send you tips, tricks, and articles to help you equip your kids to reject porn.
Brain Defense provides 5 main lessons with 11 engaging instructional videos, 10 Continue the Conversation videos and prompts, a clearly organized Instruction Manual, colorful “Brain Book” workbooks, and Home Connection letters to involve parents, and much more! It’s a turnkey solution for teachers--a comfortable way to teach serious topics.
The educational methodology used in Brain Defense Digital Safety implements best practices gleaned from 40 years of prevention science research. Short video-based lessons, engaging workbooks with journaling opportunities, and role plays with parents. All based on proven principles to reduce risky behavior in youth.
Each lesson is backed by solid research in neuroscience, social science, education and child psychology. We didn’t just make this up!
The “Brain Gang” are a group of 6 nerdy (but cool!) teens who love teaching younger kids how be good digital citizens and protect their brains from screen addictions, pornography and cyberbullying. They are relatable, funny and make a motivating impact on students.
Brain Defense is based on the groundbreaking approaches taught in the best-selling Good Pictures Bad Pictures childrens books. Lessons explain simplified neuroscience and provide kids with a plan for defending their brains against harmful content.
Brain Defense was designed to meet International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards and includes ELA and STEM supplemental activities to support national educational standards.
Educators, administrators, parents and students all give high praise for Brain Defense: Digital Safety.
Teachers in schools throughout the United States tested Brain Defense lessons in actual classrooms. Their praise validated our content and methodology. Their feedback supercharged Brain Defense into a game-changer prevention tool.
Prevention science teaches that kids need opportunities to apply what they’ve learned in class. Brain Defense provides parents and caregivers with discussion questions and role plays for each lesson to continue crucial conversations at home. And we’ll keep helping families with our Parent Support website at Protect Young Minds. You don’t need to do this alone.