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Cognitive Skills and English Language Learners

Today, more school districts than ever are challenged to educate children who speak little or no English when they enter the school system. This brief addresses the demands on certain cognitive skills that are relatively greater during the early stages of learning a new language, including working memory, sequential memory, and auditory memory skills and how these skills may be enhanced.

Benefit of BrainWare SAFARI at a Leading Private School in Argentina

Students who received BrainWare SAFARI improved their performance to a greater degree on all areas of the Diagnostic Achievement Battery (DAB-3) in their second language, English.

Closing the Gap for Historically Underperforming Students

This webinar will examine the some of the reasons for the chronic gap in performance for students with learning disabilities, ELL students, and economically disadvantaged students.

Improvement in California State Test Scores Following Cognitive Skills Training

3rd Grade students in the Fillmore Unified School Distrct who used BrainWare SAFARI performed better than a control group on the California state standardized tests.

Cognitive Skills for English Language Learners (ELL)

This webinar will take a new look at English Language Learners (ELL, ESL, EL), review some recent research on the brain and language acquisition, and provide a case study on the use of a cognitive skills .

Bilingual Program Pilot with BrainWare SAFARI

Product Studied:          BrainWare SAFARI Subjects      Male and female students, in grades 6 through 9, in an all day bilingual program (Limited English Proficiency), School

Easing the Way for English Language Learners

Today, more school districts than ever are challenged with providing an education to children who speak little or no English, often referred to as English Language Learners (ELL).

Keeping the Promise of Accountability: Building Student Capacity

Accountability is, at heart, a promise and the promise in education today is that all students will graduate from high school ready for either college or a career. To accomplish that, schools must....

Cognitive Improvements for Chinese ELL Students

Students studying English at a Chinese community center used BrainWare SAFARI. On average they experienced 3 years 6 months cognitive improvement over the 11 weeks of the study, and 2 years 4 months improvement on the achievement tests. As in other studies, each student improved his or her performance on the tests.