Monday, May 9, 2011

Help for Struggling Learners (Giveaway)

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If you're a parent whose child struggles with schoolwork, you know that repeating the same explanation over and over (even if you say it louder) doesn't help! For students who continue to struggle, something has to change.

I found these study results intriguing:
The doctors discovered that creeping, crawling, exploring, examining, looking, and listening were the activities that helped to integrate the brain for reading, writing, and math later in life. So, if a child didn’t crawl enough as an infant, then he/she might not be reading well because the necessary wiring in the brain did not take place at the correct developmental stage. Not all learning problems relate to crawling, though.
But according to Learning Link Technologies, it's not too late to fix the underlying problem.  Their program can help even adults!  The company also recommends the program for all children:  a child who has no apparent learning problems will only enhance learning ability, and if there are weak spots, they can be corrected.
To correct a learning issue, you must go back and correct the deficits in the developmental process. By using brain retraining techniques, the brain can be “rewired” for proper, efficient learning.
I have not tried the program, but the company describes it this way:
The learning link neuro-sensory educational therapy program is a program which improves academic performance through non-academic means. It is an easy to follow program that parents do with their child. Delivered via an online classroom. Parents can download and print out the exercise workbooks and follow along with the videos to ensure they are executing the program properly. There are 12 levels to the program delivered on a monthly basis. Students follow along at their own pace generally finishing the program in 12 to 18 months.
And now, Learning Link Technologies is giving the online brain training system to one lucky Frugal Creativity reader!

Want to win?

How to enter:  Just leave a comment to say that you'd like to win!  Be sure to leave a way for me to contact you.  Limit 1 entry by this method.  This must be done in order to qualify for extra entries.

Here's how you can earn additional entries(please leave one comment per entry):
  • Visit the Learning Disabilities or Videos section, then leave a comment here with something you liked or learned. (2 entries)
  • Follow Learning Link Technologies on Twitter.  Tweet about this giveaway ( RT @FC_Melissa Win the Learning Link program from @HarpInstitute - ends 5/30 #giveaway http://www.frugalcreativity.com ) and leave a comment here with a link to your tweet. (1 entry per day)
  • 'Like' Learning Link Technologies on Facebook.  Leave a comment here with your Facebook name.  (1 entry)
  • Register on the Learning Link website.  It's free, and will give you access to a downloadable test for dyscalculia, forums, videos, and more. (1 entry)
  • Comment on or tweet any post in the Learning Link blog.  Leave a comment here with a link to your comment/tweet. (1 entry per comment or tweet, limit 4 entries total; tweets must be at least 12 hours apart)
  • Subscribe to my feed in a feed reader, by GFC, or by email. If you already subscribe, leave a comment to let me know. (1 entry for each way)
  • Comment on a non-giveaway post on my blog. (1 entry per post, limit 3 entries total)
More details: Open to residents of USA, age 18 or older. Giveaway ends 5/30/11 at noon (Eastern time). Winner will be chosen by the random number generator at Random.org. Winner will be contacted by email and must claim the prize within 72 hours or another winner will be chosen. Void where prohibited. Learning Link Technologies is responsible for prize fulfillment.  I have not tried the program, and all information has been provided by Learning Link.

image source: Flickr user OakleyOriginals

2 comments :

  1. This sounds interesting. I'd like to try it. Thanks!

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  2. I'd love to check this program out. We have a son who could use some extra help in retaining and studying. He is smart, but not connecting all the dots... thanks!

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