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How the brain operates? Research supports visual spelling

Scientific research supports visual spelling.

It has recently been shown that one part of the brain is involved in the slow analysis of a word that the reader has never seen before.

Once they have seen that word a few times, they then develop the skill to recognise the complete word.

This is the skill of fluent readers, and is carried out in the back of the brain.

So the back of the brain sees the word, whilst a different part tries to analyse new words.

Through developing the skill to visualise whole words in the back of the brain, our process accelerates your transfer of reading and spelling into the back of their brain.

This is where fluent readers just see words and have immediate access to the same dictionary for spelling.


What gets in the way? True learning, behaviour & change...

True and lasting learning, behaviour and change happens in our sub-conscious mind.

If we are running the wrong processes consciously or subconsciously we can influence the ease and speed with which our learning takes place.

For those with difficulties their sensory balance of visual, auditory and kinesthetic can be slightly out.

And for children or adults who suffer a trauma at an early age, their visual memory can be a place to which they do not wish to return. The relationship between emotions, beliefs and behaviour is critical to our success.

An increasing number of children now appear to have excess energy getting in the way of their concentration.

Now pioneering research in neuroplasticity, studying the brain's potential for change, reveal that it can now change its structure and develop new neurons.

In his address to The Royal Society in 2010 Professor Phillip Zimbardo reveals how our  individual perspective on time affects our work, health and well-being.

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How can you improve? Our processes address . . .

Our processes work to redress the processes that are simply running at the subconscious and unconscious levels.

The majority of individuals have all the skills they need.

Infact, they simply need to apply them differently and in many cases slow them down.

The subconscious mind is very logical and the same can not always be said of all languages.

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