Neuroplasticity and advances in education globally now mean all students have the potential to increase their capacity to learn.
You can change your cognitive profile and turn a previously weak area into a strength.
Students who start by ‘learning how to learn’ so they build a strong foundation before they focus on the content within academic subjects are finding they are able to achieve more.
This breakthrough research will benefit students in mainstream classes but it is perhaps more significant for children with a learning difficulty as it can transform their ability to learn.
Please watch and share this video and if you’d like to meet Barbara Arrowsmith-Young in person she is coming to Auckland in Feb 2020.
Barbara, the founder of Arrowsmith, will talk about how she has developed a program over the last 40 years which is changing traditional thinking about how we learn.
Barbara will present the exciting new developments in scientific research and brain imaging to coincide with the release of the new edition of her International best-selling book ‘The Woman that changed her brain’
This event will be of interest to parents, all those in education, neurology, mental healthcare and other areas where there is potential for cognitive gain.