Improve short term auditory memory and working memory and improve school performance in all subjects – reading, writing, english, maths and science.
Does memory training work? Yes – if it’s done the right way. Having a student repeat strings of numbers or words will not improve memory skills. That’s why Sonic Learning has carefully selected two programs created by neuroscientists that are proven to improve auditory memory and visual memory by systematically training these skills at a just-right level for each individual. The Fast ForWord and Cogmed programs improve memory for ages 4 – 99.
Does it work?
This research study included 72 students and a matched control group. The students who participated in the Cogmed program improved significantly in working memory tasks, and training was associated with significantly greater progress at school across the academic year in maths and English.
Contact Sonic Learning’s health professionals for advice on which program is right for you.
Fast ForWord and Cogmed exercise examples
Lunar Tunes (Fast ForWord Literacy)
Improves the ability to accurately hold speech sounds in auditory memory without giving visual clues – students match sounds they hear from a grid of speakers.
Input module with lid (Cogmed)
Improves visual and auditory working memory – students listen to numbers, find them on the pad, then input them in reverse order.