Instructions are mostly delivered orally, so listening skills are very important when we interact and teach a child. Without a sufficient listening skill, an effective school day can be difficult to achieve.

Wernicke’s area in the temporal lobe is very important in verbal comprehension, visual and auditory perception, and verbal long-term memory.

It can be frustrating when a child won’t listen to you. Instead, try to assess the condition and see what you can do differently so they will listen to you. Here are 4 easy tips to follow:

Getting students to listen to your lesson is always a challenge. Is my lesson boring? Is my explanation lulling them to sleep? Here are 7 tricks to keep your students’ attention in class:

When you speak, the language areas of the brain are stimulated. So, how does the brain create and understand language?

Why Brain Optimax?

The modern student today faces an environment that is both exciting and challenging.

In addition to the pressure and stresses of academic demands, students today are constantly bombarded by a plethora of stimuli via smartphones, the ubiquitous internet, their peers and the environment.

Brain Optimax's program for students can be customised to help students achieve their unique level best - so that they have the best chance of excelling in school and in life.

Optimax’s science-based mind-body approach to cognitive enhancement has been demonstrated to increase IQ, improve focus, reduce anxiety to prepare them for their daily challenges.

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