Our ThinkFast Interactive is a experiential team building, and awareness program that appeals to all ages with its professionally designed production set, sound system, music videos, and informative and engaging awareness trivia. Our innovative concept utilizes multi digit audience response System (ARS) technology wireless remote controls, which allows your entire audience (up to 1000 teams, up to 5 per team) to participate. From start to finish the message of prevention, responsibility, and awareness are non-intrusively reinforced. Our experienced team of hosts guide participants through the program so that everyone engages with the information. Both teens and adults from across the country have repeatedly given them high praise, and many say they create a unique, and engaging experience that participants will always remember.
ThinkFast Interactive’s Strategy
ThinkFast Interactive employs active and experiential learning that provides participants with memory hooks to promote retention and retrieval. Our exclusive content concept moves between memory hook questions that relate to popular culture and awareness content questions to maintain participant attention. The number one way to trigger memory recall is by emotional association. The program provides a “clue” or stimulus that triggers an emotion, then partners these emotions with factual information. Further our program employs multiple forms of visual games to involve limbic functioning as well as visual memory. This type of learning activity is the mental counterpart to memory, and makes learning a fun, enthusiastic, and challenging experience. While students may not remember every single fact presented, the overall effect is that a positive emotional feeling is associated with knowing critical safety information, and attitudes are shifted towards valuing personal safety and promoting the safety of others.
There is an increasing demand for scientific evidence to be developed to prove prevention interventions are effective at actually changing the behaviors they claim to target. Since 2000 we’ve worked with several federal, and statewide sponsored programs to conduct an evaluation of program activities. ThinkFast Interactive has consistently demonstrated statistically significant improvements in participant knowledge, attitude, and behavior intentions across a range of personal safety issues. Along with custom program content, The programs evaluation process can also be tailored to fit local implementation processes and other program sponsor needs.
ThinkFast Interactive is honored with the prestigious Life Savers Award by the TN DOT
ThinkFast Interactive received Lifesaver Award recognition for “unwavering dedication and outstanding commitment to highway safety in Tennessee” by the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (formerly known as the Governor’s Highway Safety Office). ThinkFast Interactive Founder and CEO Tim John accepted the award in Nashville, TN. He and his wife, Linda, consider this one of the proudest moments for the John family.
Tim, What an amazing assembly! Alan and the DJ were fantastic. They were energetic and kept the students involved in the presentation the entire time. Additionally, the content of the presentation was perfect for HS students. It was relevant and interesting. Kids left the presentation talking about the content as well as the delivery. I… Read more »
Hi Tim, ThinkFast Interactive and your staff were great with the crowd – the students were engaged the whole time and seemed to really enjoy the rapid fire questions! Very entertaining and informative, and everything ran smoothly. A representative from Oberlin High School attended and is interested in ThinkFast at their school. Do you have… Read more »
Tim, Everything went very well with ThinkFast Interactive. I appreciate your team working with us to reschedule the Monday show at Montcalm for Wednesday. This was the first time that we have hosted the program there and it was well received. This specific school had a Senior killed by a drunk driver 2 days after school started back… Read more »