Study: New Study on Brain Training and Multiple Sclerosis

Up to 70% of patients living with MS report cognitive issues. A group of researchers at NYU ran a 135-person study to see if remote administration of brain training could benefit patients. They selected BrainHQ exercises because of our emphasis on speed of processing—a signature deficit in MS patients.

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What Weak Cognitive Skills Look Like in the Classroom

What Weak Cognitive Skills Look Like in the Classroom

By Linda Gajowski, M.Ed., MS Courtesy of Scientific Learning “I just don’t get it!” is a phrase some of us may have heard or even used in our lives. Our brains successfully comprehend and utilize incoming information when strong cognitive skills are... read more

Your Highest Potential

Imagine a world where reading difficulties and dyslexia are a thing of the past and people can engage at their highest potential with less effort. I will explore how this is now possible thanks to current advances in brain research and learning development during my... read more

Community Champion Award

It was wonderful to have the opportunity to attend the annual Visionary Conference held recently in San Diego, California and be recognized by Scientific Learning as a Community Champion for my efforts to make a difference for struggling readers at a population level.... read more
Tapestry Conference

Tapestry Conference

Thanks to everyone who came out to hear my presentation at the Tapestry conference held at Esquimalt High School. I was honoured to have the opportunity to talk about the neuroscience behind dyslexia and explain what causes it and what it takes to create successful... read more
Deliberate Practice

Deliberate Practice

This article reminds me of a book I read some time ago by John Mighton called The Myth of Intelligence. He said it’s all in how well the task is broken down and practiced. Read the full article by James Clear here. What is Deliberate Practice? Deliberate... read more


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