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5 Key Principles of Neuroplasticity

Our brains are our most important asset. Whether we are in a professional setting, learning in the classroom, talking to friends, leading a project or playing a sport, our brains are responsible for all of our thoughts and actions. 

Yet despite the importance of the brain, the vast majority of people are not aware that the brain can change. When we take a proactive approach to learning that leverages neuroplasticity, we are able to improve our...

Benefits of Strengthening the Symbol Relations Cognitive Function with the Cognitive Intensive Program

What is the Symbol Relations Cognitive Function? Symbol Relations is a higher-order cognitive functi...

Neuroplasticity and Learning: The Brain's Role in Academics

Our brain is highly specialized and highly unique. In fact, our cognitive profiles are as unique as ...

Neuroplasticity and Learning: What is Capacity-Based Training?

It was back in 1793 when an Italian surgeon and anatomist, Vincenzo Malacarne, took pairs of animals...

Learning Disability Testing: Challenges With Common Diagnostic Labels

When a child is diagnosed with a learning disability, or learning difficulty, they are typically giv...

How to Improve Neuroplasticity in Schools: Is Reform Required?

In the past couple of blogs - “Cognitive Functions Explained: Our Brain is Our Most Valuable Asset” ...

How to Increase Neuroplasticity by Taking Control of Our Lives

The brain is amazing. It’s complex, and it’s very powerful. We know more about the brain now, than w...

Cognitive Functions Explained: Our Brain is Our Most Valuable Asset

Whether we are taking a walk, chatting with a friend, putting together IKEA furniture, planning a bu...

Users Guide to Your Brain

Webinar Series: Shaping Our Brains - How Neuroplasticity Can Enrich Our Lives Part 5: The Users Guid...

Tutoring and Arrowsmith

Tutoring focuses on what your child is learning. Arrowsmith changes how they learn. At Arrowsmith, w...