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Three steps for preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted on 30 October 2014

Last night, Channel 10’s The Project featured a segment on Alzheimer’s Disease. Part of the story highlighted a three pronged approach for preventing Alzheimer’s:

The 2014 NAPLAN results are here: what you need to know

Posted on 18 September 2014

“I had some idea, but the results knocked me. I didn’t realise they would be that low”. If your child is performing below expectations...

My child doesn’t like group work – teaching an introverted student

Posted on 3 September 2014

Many children with processing difficulties, in particular Auditory Processing Disorder, become introverted or quiet in the classroom or workplace because of the at times...

4 strategies to work through challenges for students with learning difficulties

Posted on 7 August 2014

Students with learning difficulties often have trouble at school because they don’t have effective strategies for working through challenges.

Fast ForWord free demonstration

eSchool News Readers’ choice awards name the Fast ForWord Program as a top education technology program

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The Fast ForWord online reading programs are recognised by primary and high school educators for making the greatest impact in their schools.

An alternative to attending an Arrowsmith school in Canada

Posted on 11 June 2014

On June 1, 2014 the “60 Minutes” program on Channel 9 in Australia ran a segment about the Arrowsmith School in Canada.  The program...

Learned helplessness and self esteem

Posted on 21 May 2014

 “I can’t do it.” “I’m dumb, I’ll never be able to read.” “I can’t be bothered, it’s too hard.” “It’s too easy, I’m bored.” Have...

May neuroscience and learning news

Posted on 30 April 2014

It’s the May edition of Sonic Learning’s neuroscience and learning news. It’s a great way to learn a lot in a short time. Enjoy!

How to help students with Auditory Processing Disorder

Posted on 23 April 2014

“Ben, put on your shoes and socks, get your bag from your room and meet me at the car.” Predictably, Ben forgets at least...

April Neuroscience and Learning News

Posted on 9 April 2014

Welcome to the April edition of Sonic Learning’s Neuroscience and Learning Roundup – a collection of what’s been firing up our neurons from around...