Dr. Bill Jenkins discusses how the constant use of the internet affects how our brains and how time “unplugged” from the internet can help our brains learn and focus better.
79% of ELL students who used the Fast ForWord products increased their proficiency by one or more levels in less than 4 months of product use.
The debate over musical training and its benefits for the development of early cognitive abilities have raged now for almost two decades. Can classical music transform children into smarter, more effective learners?
I gave two lectures at the "Brain Summit in Seoul 2010" that focused on brain based approaches for learning English. This interview was conducted by the local Seoul newspaper and posted to their web site as part of their coverage of the Brain Summit.
Sleep is essential to optimal brain function. Find out how sleep affects your brain’s ability to remember and learn.
What happens in the brain when we learn language? Be sure to take advantage of this unusual opportunity to learn from a brain plasticity expert via pre-recorded webinar.
Dr. Martha Burns is an extremely knowledgeable and highly sought after speaker, so I'm pleased to let you know that an interview she gave on brain plasticity while in Australia is now available online.
How can educators best motivate students to learn? Stimulate their brains on a neurobiological level to optimize each student’s internal learning environment! Learn more...