Tag Archives: mental imagery

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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Innumerate Britain: the missing key

Innumerate Britain:  Recent #Prospect article about how bad numeracy is in the UK, written by Josh Lowe. Unfortunately the missing key to numeracy was not mentioned – the ability to use mental imagery to do mental arithmetic.   There is no … Continue reading

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What will the Election do to Education?

My professional passion is to ensure that “No student has a reading and writing age level below their chronological age.” We know this can be done, but it needs to start early and ensure that every child has the ability … Continue reading

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#worldautismawareness Learn how mental imagery relates to Autism

Our own mental imagery are very significant for lots of learning difficulties, including behavioural, emotional and social challenges, such as ADHD, Asperger’s, Autism and Dyslexia Join our bitesize teleseminar, offered as part of World Autism Awareness Week, and find out … Continue reading

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Find out how to dramatically improve literacy quickly, London, Mon 9th March, 7pm

OliveHickmott is speaking at the Dyslexia Association of London, 7pm, Mon 9th March. Come along and find out for yourself how to help people with Dyslexia gain new skills. You and your children can easily picture words to improve literacy … Continue reading

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Welwyn and Hatfield Group: Mental imagery and special needs 11th Feb 7:30pm

Find our how you can picture words to improve literacy and Dyslexia, stop images moving to reduce ADHD and increase concentration, reduce the information experienced in Sensory Overload, help Autism/Aspergers. Olive Hickmott, Empowering Learning, who has a wealth of experience … Continue reading

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Dyslexia Awareness Week 3rd-8th Nov 2014

For Dyslexia Awareness Week, we are helping families and schools discover how bright children, who have great mental images, use them to improve literacy and numeracy in minutes, all for free.  This has a really positive effect on those diagnosed with Dyslexia. … Continue reading

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