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Make Learning Easier!

The foundation of all learning abilities is the efficient functioning of the brain. Remember your old dial-up connection to the Internet? Is your child’s brain like a computer with a slow connection speed?What is a parent to do? You could buy another curriculum OR you could address the

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When There Are Challenges

Whether your child has a special needs label, a learning disability concern or they are just not learning like they should, this is the session for you. We will give insight and understanding into why they are struggling and what to do to turn those struggles around. Your child’s potential is dependent upon opportunities given to them. We will help you learn how to give your children greater opportunities, so they can succeed. You will be given specifics for how to implement those greater opportunities in daily life. Learn how activities lasting a mere 2-5 minutes could make a dramatic difference for your child’s future. Help your child overcome to reach their fullest, God given potential.

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Organizing Einstein: Enhancing the Abilities of the Gifted Learner

The brain controls everything that you do, so no matter what your IQ, it is essential to have a well-organized and high processing brain to take advantage of all that intelligence. It could mean the difference in having a great computer that was connected to high speed internet instead of dial-up. The function is incredibly different even though the intelligence of the computer didn’t change at all.

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The Four Steps of Learning

Learning consists of four steps. No matter what is going on with an individual, each person (whether special needs or typically developing) should go through these same 4 steps. First, the brain receives the information being inputted. Next, the brain must process the information it has received. Third, the brain needs to store that information. Finally, the brain has to use the information. Again, this four-step pattern for learning is the same for every person. There are multiple factors which can affect each step of learning and cause corresponding challenges. In this session, learn about these 4 steps of learning and how to optimize each step to become an excellent, efficient learner.

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Getting What You Teach to Stick

Does your child know something one day, and not the next? Are you constantly looking for new and different approaches teaching the same information? Is much of your teaching more accurately

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