The boys need pushing to stay on the site, but I've developed a strategy to keep their interest and also try and get them to visit areas of the site that aren't their strengths. The Brain Puzzle has six parts for the six areas of the site (Attention, Memory, Problem solving, Executive function, Processing skills and Social skills). If they beat a game in a section, they get a puzzle piece - collect all six and get a certificate.
This has its drawbacks but within the context of the workshop it may be the best solution. The easiest games to finish are in Linear Problem Solving, and that's where the first kids have finished. It remains to be seen if any one can beat anything in Memory or Insight. One of the boys just suggested posting high scores, which I can try, but it's hard to track.
The club will continue after March Break.