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At the NLC, we use a variety of games and exercises to help students learn the essential fact while having fun and building self-esteem.
For many students, the first step...
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In working with Dyslexic, ADHD, and other children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders, we’ve realized that many of the difficulties that these children experience later in life could have been prevented...
In this video, we captured 2-year-old Emily reciting PI as a demonstration of using music and pattern recognition as a memorization technique.
While I believe reciting 35 digits of PI from memory is a world record, the real point was to just make learning fun.
As an aside, years later, Emily increased her memorization to 96 digits of PI for a class contest.
Memorization techniques are part of every NLC educational program.
This video captured an impromptu Math coaching session between Gerald Hughes, Director of the Neuro-Linguistic Learning Center, and a 6-year-old girl struggling with basic math concepts.
In this short video, Gerald takes the girl effortlessly from simple counting through addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.