Processing Skills
Processing Skills
Dyslexia
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Step 4

What constitutes a successful learning skill training program?

Telling you how to swing a golf club will not make you a good golfer. Drill and practice will!

Telling you how to play the piano will not make you a good pianist. Drill and practice will!

Many studies show that passive, undemanding instruction does not significantly impact deficient learning skills and mental abilities. However, intense, challenging procedures provided one-on-one with careful sequencing and immediate feedback do.

PACE (Processing And Cognitive Enhancement) was developed by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals to quickly and significantly build those underlying mental skills that are so vital to academic success. PACE procedures are done one-on-one with a trainer. But like a video game, the training consists of many small steps and immediate feedback.

This gives maximum improvement in the shortest time.

As a child progresses through a procedure, tasks are added to it requiring greater attention and forcing new skills to become automatic. Also, once the child achieves a task, distractions are added again forcing greater attention. Because of this methodology…

PACE achieves maximum results in the shortest period of time, stretches abilities, makes skills automatic, and builds tremendous concentration.

The results have been outstanding. Students average over 3.6 years improvement in all deficient skills within 10 weeks! The testimonies we get from students and parents are inspiring.

Warning, This takes work!

To get these significant improvements requires work on the child and parents part. PACE requires at least six hours of intense training per week. (Three hours at home and three hours with a trainer). Yes, big results require big effort!

Step 5
 

Five steps to help you help your child

By following these steps you will have gained some very important information that will dramatically improve you child's ability to do well in school.

  1. Understand the causes of learning difficulties.
  2. Know the skills necessary for fast and efficient learning.
  3. Find out what skills are weak.
  4. Learn what needs to happen to improve learning skills.
  5. Take specific steps that can help your child or student gain the skills needed to become a successful student.
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