Structure of Intellect

Structure of Intellect (SOI) Approach for Solving Learning Problems

What is the Structure of Intellect (SOI) Approach for Solving Learning Problems?

Becoming a successful learner is quite an achievement in itself. For many people, it might be pretty straightforward. But for many others, learning might be quite a tricky thing. Learning problems are not new and unknown; it is just that people don’t pay much attention to them until and unless they themselves or someone close …

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SOI IPP in Developing Cognitive Skills – Improving Reading Disorders

Every person is born with unique cognitive skills. These skills dictate how the brain reasons, learns, remembers, thinks, and concentrates. When the brain is fed with new information or data, cognitive skills help process the data accordingly. However, cognitive abilities do not develop equally in all individuals, leading to various problems and disorders – a …

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Reading Comprehension Achieved Through SOI

With the schools’ greatest successes in reading achievement coming at the third-grade level, no one can deny the well-defined requirement of a kid mastering the skills of reading comprehension at a state and the national level. This trend has started to make its way into the world of teaching in the fourth grade and continues …

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Brain Power: An Important Aspect

“By education, I mean an all-round drawing out of the best in the child and man; body, mind and spirit.” – Mahatma Gandhi. As early as 1905, French psychologist Alfred Binet and his collaborator Theodore Simon developed the first-ever Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale to measure children’s intelligence, attention, verbal skill, and memory. Later, in 1916, Lewis …

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