Find out in this overview video from MindCAP founder Dr. Jeanne Zehr.
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“This program opened my eyes to the potential that we all have in us. God really did make us to be constantly learning.”
- Julie Turney, Lutheran South Unity School, Fort Wayne, IN
“The learning environment that MINDCAP provides brings tears to my eyes as I know my daughter felt completely at ease. I am so very thankful for this opportunity for her. Thank you for giving us hope and just a fresh start to this next semester.”
- A Grateful Mom
“This program showed me that it's okay to stop and think before I speak and/or act.”
- Michelle Kuhlhorst, University of St Francis, Fort Wayne, IN
“The MindCAP training was fantastic! Dr. Zehr's approach was challenging but fun and opened my eyes to methods, instruments and concepts that will affect my teaching--and my mindset! Thank you!”
- Sarah Aubrey, University of St Francis, Fort Wayne, IN