Spaghetti Brain is a digital resource that empowers primary school children by coaching them through the ‘I’m stuck!’ moment in their learning
Spaghetti Brain transforms a child's sticking moment from a barrier to a starting point, prompting them to move forward in class by trying different strategies and reflecting on what works for them. The Spaghetti Brain programme increases confidence, independence and awareness of a child's own learning patterns.
Spaghetti Brain uses the data from this 'unsticking' process to learn about the child and adapt to their unique learning needs. Teachers can access this data to gain valuable insights into students’ individual learning processes, in order to more effectively personalise their teaching and feedback.
Spaghetti Brain co-founders Hermione Townsend and Ralf Josef began working on the project whilst studying for their Masters in Global Innovation Design at the Royal College of Art.
Spaghetti Brain was awarded the Wates Giving Social Enterprise Fellowship 2017.