Tag Archives: concentration

Kids excel & schools save SEN money

Almost all of our schools are finding they have less funding available that in turn effects the increasing demands on Special Needs Budgets.  So what can we do for less whilst kids excel? Imagine what it would be like if … Continue reading

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Would you like a 95.15% success rate to change Dyslexia?

Recently we have been surveying Empowering Learning Practitioners to ask their success rate, when working with students.  It is now well accepted that: recognising words on the page is a skill of fluent readers being able to access a mental … Continue reading

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The role of mental imagery in Learning Difficulties

The role of mental imagery in poor literacy, numeracy, concentration….and how neglect of this vital skill develops into learning difficulties Empowering Learning has developed a unique set of skills around mental imagery and learning. What is mental imagery? Mental imagery … Continue reading

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Why are schools not interested…

Why are schools not interested in the vital contribution mental imagery makes to our ability to think and learn, when mental imagery has been extensively used for sports performance for at least the last 10 years?  The simple answer is that no Teacher or … Continue reading

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The 8 benefits of Dyslexia

Parents often realise that Dyslexia comes with many benefits.  See which of these match your experience.  8 benefits of having dyslexia2.  For my non-dyslexic readers, see which of these you would like! All the spelling, reading, concentration, confusion challenges are … Continue reading

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Is the paradigm of learning difficulties shifting?

People have been connected into the old paradigm which really doesn’t match who people are today, in this highly visual creative world.  The old paradigm is connected to a deficit, finding some or all of spelling, reading, concentration, organisation, short … Continue reading

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