Can Brain Training be used in Special Education Teaching?

Last updated: 23 Sep, 2014

SMART brain training is an ideal teaching tool in special education as it teaches a range of crucial relational skills that help to sharpen intellectual ability with proven results in children with learning difficulties and ADHD. When a persons "relational skills" are improved, research and results show all intellectual tasks come easier. Relational skills training helps kids and students to become a faster and better learner. It helps new information make more sense, and helps the person think more clearly. Published research shows that SMART training increases the IQ scores (i.e). the standard measure of intelligence level) of users by at least 10, and up to around 30 points, which represents a highly significant increase in intellectual ability.

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