CogniFit Education Platform. Educational technology designed for schools and professionals interested in taking on developmental problems and exploring brain functions related to cognitive development in childhood and adolescence.
Brain Based Learning: Education Platform for Schools and Teachers
Neuropsychological evaluation, stimulation, and cognitive rehabilitation tools for your students
Brain Based Learning Platform for Schools and Professors
Cognitive assessments to test skills and learning potential
Brain based learning platform, cognitive stimulation and/or rehabilitation for schools
This brain based learning platform designed for schools is a professional instrument created specialists in child neuropsychology that may help educators without specialized training in the to analyze learning and childhood developmental processes. The brain based learning education platform from CogniFit is designed to help teachers in the following areas:
- Develop each student's potential: Learn about the brain processes implicated in learning and neurodevelopment.
- Implement methodological and didactic improvements: Incorporate a scientific base to the education process to help focus improvements in teaching and designing learning strategies. Enriching educational and vocational guidance.
- Prevention of poor school performance: Identify the risks to anticipate learning disorders. Evaluate students with a scientific objective to identify difficulties and disorders with more precision. Find out which cognitive weaknesses may affect the child's performance in school and learn how to properly handle the difficulty.
- Correct and/or redirect learning disorders: The educational technology platform from CogniFit allows teachers to design computerized brain training and/or rehabilitation programs in the classroom.
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Cognitive Assessment to test skills and learning potential
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The educational technology from CogniFit has been applied in different schools and centers from around the world, proving to be very effective for all students, and especially for those who have special needs or learning disabilities. This brain based learning education platform is designed to help identify the neurological causes that may be related to many problems with poor academic performance and help the main cognitive functions.
Poor academic performance is one of the most notable problems in the current academic system. This is why it is important to apply our knowledge of neuroscience to education and launch initiatives to help find solutions to ensure that students of all ages can properly develop their learning potential.
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