• Accelerate learning speed and ease;
  • Understand the unique learning styles of students;
  • Optimize learning results;
  • Prepare students with brain fitness skills;
  • Empower students with “learning how to learn skills”;
  • Align student’s unique design with subject and career choices
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  • A new NAP™ study was recently conducted. Results will be published soon.
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  • Using their findings from the NAP™ led to the following:
    • % increase in retention,
    • $ in training cost savings in the first year alone,
  • This powerful information will be used by the school to offer guidance to students and their parents regarding their unique learning potential and alignment of their neuro-design with potential subject and career choices.
  • The neuro-agility study resulted in significant bottom line findings that now integrates into their training and coaching initiatives.
    • ?% of what differentiated the high and low performing students could be attributed to EI attributes. In other words, almost one-half of the skill set required for successful execution of learning competencies is comprised of neuro-agility skills.
  • The findings from this study were highly predictive, i.e:
    • Neuro-agility subscales predicted high performance ?% of the time.


Take Aways


  • Better learner performance
  • Using the NAP™ contributes to:
    • Accurate teacher awareness of teachers about student’s learning preferences;
    • Accurate personal awareness of students about their unique learning and thinking preferences;
    • More accurate alignment of subject choices with career choices;
    • Increased ease, speed and flexibility of learning and thinking;
    • Higher performing students – 100% pass rate;
    • Increased brain fitness, memory and concentration;
    • Reduced risk for error;
    • A road map for optimizing learning ability and agility.


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