My name is Ms. Rosa, and I am a neuroscientist.
My school is A.I. Light Up.
I created a solution to rapidly advance STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) using LEGO, for kids K-12.
I developed this to help children think for themselves.
Are you concerned about your child’s future in an era of online learning?
Do you want your kids to be happy and own their learning?
If you want your child to think for themselves, while being happy and motivated to learn, you’re invited to have your child attend my introductory demo class on robotics.
How will learning engineering principles support your child’s focus?
In our demo class, you will watch how your student responds to thinking and problem-solving challenges.
During the class, I invite you to observe your child closely.
Here’s what your child stands to lose if you decide to not train your child on the mechanic thinking:
Without this type of training, they lose out on increasing their working memory.
Working memory gives each of us the capacity to:
· Focus our attention.
· Retain information in our mind.
· Mentally manipulate the information we have.
· Properly process the audio/visual/combo information we obtain.
Can you imagine, the importance of doing this, for your child's academic success??
Working memory, in neuroscience, is the biggest predictor of academic success.
Working memory is the working space for:
· Reading comprehension
· Complex problem-solving
· Mental math
I will expand, stretch and properly challenge your child's brain for an unheard of 60 minutes and leave them wanting for more.
I am an applied neuroscientist, and I’ve translated this training into challenges using LEGO engineering that kids can relate to.
We don't take every student who applies and we are looking for students with a certain mental approach.
This introductory class will show you if your child is a good fit for our academy.
Sign up and watch your child transform before your eyes.
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Join us, while you sit back and watch your child’s brain come alive. Your student can hardly wait!