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  1. 2. ARE YOU ONE OF THIS STASTISTIC ?
  2. 7. STRONG COGNITIVE SKILLS Learning is Fast, Easy, Efficient and Fun WEAK COGNITIVE SKILLS Learning will be Struggle or Impossible
  3. 8. <ul><li>- Text Books </li></ul><ul><li>Creative contents such as SCORE “A” </li></ul><ul><li>Improve </li></ul><ul><li>Academic </li></ul><ul><li>Performance </li></ul><ul><li>Life long </li></ul><ul><li>learning </li></ul><ul><li>abilities </li></ul>
  4. 10. Executive functions are skills that have to do with paying attention [ATTENTION] to details and remembering them [MEMORY], organizing, strategizing, and planning [PROBLEM SOLVING]. Frontal Lobes – responsible For Executives Functions skills Source: ARIZONA Center for Advanced Medicine, USA
  5. 11. Brain Image from Functional magnetic resonance Imaging (fMRI) and near-infrared spectroscopy Source: Dr. Ryuta Kawashima’s (Neuroscientist) “Train Your Brain“ Workbook
  6. 12. Research Ref: McGaugh, Roozendaal & Cahill 2000 If this Emotional States is not detected early, it will further hinder one’s learning ability and impact their lifestyle. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 The hypothalamus is our thermostat for change and the brain’s origin of STRESS response. It sends CRF (corticotrophin releasing factor) to the pituitary gland. The aroused pituitary now releases ACTH (adrenocorticotropic hormone) to the bloodstream. Within seconds, ACTH arrives at the adrenal glands (Heart) The adrenal glands secrete glucocorticoids such as cortisol in the bloodstream The Body’s Response to Stress Source: “Teaching with Brain in Mind “ Book by Eric Jensen
  7. 13. Frontal Lobes Thalamus Occipital Cortex Source: “Teaching with Brain in Mind “ Book by Eric Jensen
  8. 14. Dr Elizabeth Coulson and colleagues published their research in 2008 in the Journal of Neuroscience, showing that if a neuron is not sufficiently stimulated by the cells around it, it dies. This self-destruction is an important factor in stroke, Alzheimer's and motor neuron diseases , leading to the loss of essential nerve cells from the adult brain. “ Rigorous and targeted cognitive training has been used in clinical practice for many years. Exercising our brains systematically is as important as exercising our bodies.” – Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg, neuropsychologist, Clinical professor of neurology at New York University School of Medicine, and disciple of Alexander Luria.
  9. 16. Daily Newspapers Cost : RM. 1.20 per day Yearly : RM. 432.00 Single User Brain Training Workbooks Cost : RM. 59.00 Per Month Yearly : RM. 708.00 Single User Brain Training Software Cost : USD 549 RM.1811.00 Single User Brain Training Centers Cost : RM. 150.00 Per Month Yearly : RM. 1800.00 Single User Online Brain Training Cost : USD. 19.95 Per Month Yearly : RM. 718.00 Single User MORE there is
  10. 17. RETAIL PRICE :USD 150 RM450 PRICE VALID FOR 2011 ONLY
  11. 18. DEVELOP INTELLIGENCE LIFE LONG LEARNING SUCCESS LEARN FASTER AND EASIER. HAPPY WITH GOOD SELF-ESTEEM
  12. 19. be skill-specific and targeted. ...to close specific mental skill gaps be highly intense. ...concentrated repetition builds skills quickly be properly sequenced. ...small challenging steps build upon one another without overwhelming the student be progressively loaded. ...properly increasing both difficulty and complexity makes skills automatic provide immediate, accurate feedback. ...instant, effective reinforcement and correction keeps training focused and intense In addition, training benefits from being non-academic. … game-like exercises Source : Journal of Neuroscience 2005
  13. 20. Professor Michael Merzenich, PhD Neuroscientist Keck Center for Interactive Neuroscience at UCSF Professor S. Breznitz Cognitive Psychologist Stanford University, USA Dr. Ryuta Kawashima Neuroscientist /Inventor of Nintendo University of Tohuku , Japan Professor Dr. Othman bin Dato Hj. Mohamed, Cognitive Psychologist/ Education Counselor University Putra Malaysia Head of Brain X-Trainer Research Team :: Winner of “ The ACES (American Counselors and Education Supervision) International Award”
  14. 21. FEATURES & BENEFITS Desktop
  15. 22. TRAINING MODULES
  16. 23. TRAINING MODULES
  17. 24. ASSESSMENT MODULES
  18. 25. FAMILY INVOLVEMENT
  19. 26. STRATEGIES USED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF BRAIN X-TRAINER 5 Level of Difficulties Effort Starting Point Finishing Point Line of Success 100m Track T-1 T-2 T-3 . T-10 TM Levels
  20. 27. BRAIN TRAINING REQUIRES SERIOUS AND CONSISTENT EFFORT Engage in a mental training by playing the Brain X-Trainer 5 modules as little as 10 to 15 minutes Ideal timing would be in the morning after breakfast or for students - before starting revision or homework TM
  21. 28. TM <ul><ul><li>Each teacher can develop a cognitive R ehabilitation Program in school to help their students who are </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Having learning difficulties and/or ADHD </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Impulsive </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Impatient </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Frustrated </li></ul></ul></ul>improve emotional and behavioral functioning that eventually help the student to master the particular subject The program is simple, get the students to exercise their brain for 10 to 15 using Brain X-Trainer 5 daily before class and engage with them with the finding.
  22. 29. Tan Sri Dato’ Alimuddin bin Mohd Dom Ketua Pengarah Pelajaran Malaysia Datin Dr. Siti Zaleha Binti Abdullah Sani Pengarah Bahagian Teknologi Pendidikan Invited to participate during the National MGM Convention Widely used by Schools Nationwide
  23. 30. TV3 AND ASTRO AWANI Feature In : Tamil Daily, Sinar, Berita Harian, The Star and Kuntum
  24. 31. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
  25. 32. Product Sales & Distribution Entrepreneurships Development Program
  26. 46. 017 559 6566 @ 016 946 8868 AHMAD [email_address]

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