Cognitive Focus

Our StudentEducator and B. Sharp Brain Fitness Programs were developed to help individuals develop, strengthen and enhance the cognitive abilities that will lead them to a lifetime of successes in the classroom, in the community and within their families. All of our programs use screen-free games to accomplish the desired result. Our programs focus on the following cognitive skills:

Cognitive Processing Speed

Cognitive Processing Speed
The speed at which your brain processes information. Faster processing speed means more efficient thinking and learning.

Visual Processing Speed
The ability to perform tasks quickly, such as scanning, inspecting and comparing of processing incoming visual information quickly and efficiently.

Auditory Processing Speed
The ability to process incoming auditory information quickly and efficiently.

Decision Speed
The ability to use our thinking skills quickly 
and efficiently to make correct decisions.

Visual Sequential Processing
The ability to combine and get meaning from pieces of information that are received sequentially.

Visual Span
The ability to process a volume of visual information with a glance.

Auditory Discrimination
The ability to distinguish differences in 
sounds.

Thinking Skills

Logic
The ability to reason and think logically and analytically.

Reasoning
The ability to form concepts and solve problems using unfamiliar information.

Planning
The ability to use forethought to create a practical and systematic strategy for attaining define goals.

Problem Solving
The ability to handle and resolve challenges, setbacks, mistakes, failures and conflicts traditionally and constructively.

Strategic Thinking
The ability to establish a logical and practical plan for attaining defined objectives, analyze problems, handle set-backs and learn from mistakes.

Executive Functions
Abilities that enable goal-oriented behavior, such as the ability to plan, and execute a goal. These include flexibility, theory of mind, anticipation, self-regulation, working memory and inhibition.

Visual/Auditory Selective Attention
The ability to attend to one task while not being distracted by other inputs.

Flexible Attention
The ability to shift focus from one task to another quickly and efficiently, when necessary.

Divided Attention
The ability to attend to two activities at the same time - such as taking notes and listening to the teacher.

Visual/Auditory Sustained Attention
The ability to stay on task for a sustained period of time.
 

Visual/Auditory Short-Term Sensory Memory
The ability to screen out unimportant sensory information and keep important information for further processing.

Visual/Auditory Short-Term Immediate Memory
The ability to hold on to sensory information that is not thrown out by sensory memory for up to 30 seconds before you decide to throw out information or send it to the cortex for further processing.

Working Memory
The ability to hold on to information in the mind while performing mental operation on it.

Visual Spatial Memory
The ability to recall the location of stimuli or recall, identify, or reproduce a design.

Long-Tem Memory
The ability to permanently store information and retrieve it when needed.

Visual/Auditory Sequential Memory
The ability to recall a sequence of bits of information in the same order they were originally received.
 

Auditory-Motor Integration
The integration of auditory and motor skills, such as tapping to a rhythm.

Visual-Auditory Integration
The ability to match auditory and visual stimuli and coordinate them into a meaningful product.

Focus & Attention

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Memory Skills

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sensory Integration