I would recommend that this profile becomes compulsory for all staff, especially managers.
Neuro-Link assist educational institutions with determining learners’ neurological design and measuring the drivers that optimize their brain performance. We help students improve their performance, but we believe: YOU CAN’T IMPROVE WHAT YOU CAN’T MEASURE!
The following study is an ongoing study. Neuro-Link assists the Centre for Student Counselling and Development at an internationally renowned university to help first year students to adjust and cope with the pressure of their studies. Psychologists working at the Centre in the field of Applied Neuroscience of Learning are trained and accredited to administer and interpret the Learning Receptiveness Profile™ (LRP™) Toolbox for Students.
Since 2011, Neuro-Link consulted on a regular basis with the Centre for Student Counselling and Development regarding the application of educational neuro-science in the higher education learning environment. The LRP™ is utilized to equip individual students as well as groups of students with knowledge about their learning and thinking preferences. Students are empowered to manage their studies, stress as well as themselves according to their own unique learning profiles. Students with a better understanding of their own learning preferences as well as the underlying principles of educational neuroscience may be in a better position to, through optimal management of themselves and their studies, experience success.
The purpose of this case study is to investigate the impact of the LRP™ Toolbox for Students on the overall well-being and performance of students who require study assistance during their first year.