Brain plasticity

Neuroplasticity or brain plasticity has replaced the belief and position that the brain was static and that it could not truly change.  Since the brain changes throughout life the filed of neuroscience has now explored and concluded that the brain is plasticity, which simply means that a brain can teach be taught to process or react differently. In essence, the brain can teach itself to change. 

In school, a neuroplastic approach and program will make it possible to address and remove learning disabilities, by firstly identifying the cognitive weakness in the brain and then strengthening it with specific cognitive exercises.

 

Before I was in this program, I had a lot of problems with math, and now I'm in Algebra 1 and did not even take pre-algebra! I have noticed that things come to me so much easier now, and I'm so glad that I can actually understand what I'm learning the first time around.

- Faye,Student

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