My wife and I were going to have dinner with my aunt, a retired lawyer. We drove to the restaurant and sat down. Immediately we got into a conversation about some courses she wanted to take. Ukulele and Mandarin writing classes? Can you imagine, she’s 70 years old and now at that age she suddenly has an interest in learning these things. So I probed further trying to understand why she had these interest. She then started talking about the mind.
The mind an interesting, delicate and complex organ. An organ than when slightly damaged is almost impossible to repair. Elderly folks take an interest in chess and Sudoku just to keep that organ active, these mind games. My aunt took an interest in music and mandarin to work on the creative and picture memory functions of her brain.
My aunt talked about how the brain is like a shape puzzle. You know, the box with the square, triangle, circle and star shaped holes. A toddler’s mind game. You are supposed to fit the correct shaped objects through those holes. Now imagine that those holes get smaller and smaller as we grow older. When we were toddlers, it was the opposite, the holes were expanding to accommodate for all the new knowledge we had to learn. Yet, how is it so that some children do well in their studies and some don’t? Going back to the puzzle, were we trying to fit a circle object into a circle hole that was too small? Imagine that the object diameter is twice that of the hole. There’s no way it would get through.
Introducing NeuroLAT. NeuroLAT is a program developed by a Professor who have done more than 25 years of research on children’s mind. The NeuroLAT program is able through simple games measure the child’s ability to learn and slowly expand different functions of the brain. It’s like knocking an object less than a millimeter larger than the hole to expand it. Finally, when the hole is twice the size, the object goes through. Your child is now able to learn more.
You can’t force a child to learn something he can’t absorb. Give your children the exercise to expand their learning ability through NeuroLAT.
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By Alvin Soo