IPP gets to the root of learning difficulties by addressing the issues that often cause poor academic performance.
The IPP program is successful because it addresses the cause(s) of the learning difficulty. It works to improve attention span, memory, comparison & contrast thinking, eye-hand coordination, systems reasoning, and other skills essential to the learning process. This helps students perform better in school and in life.
Years of identifying and training cognitive dysfunctions have revealed the importance of underlying physiological processes, especially focusing skills and sensory integration functions.
SOI training will help even in the face of focusing skill and/or sensory integration dysfunctions, but, obviously, the prognosis would not be as good as if there were treatment for those functions that underlie cognitive processes. To address this need, SOI developed the IPP program to Continue reading “Getting to the Root of Learning Difficulties”
TESTING FOR POTENTIAL
SOI matches careers to your profile of abilities. Help high school students, college students, and adults think about their careers! The SOI test produces a profile of learning abilities for the client.
Those abilities are then compared to the abilities required for specific careers. The purpose of the comparison is to show the clients where their potential might be used in the work force. SOI assessments identify students at risk for college completion with Continue reading “College & Careers with SOI”
Learning disabilities are defined as the absence of learning abilities.
SOI testing can be used to identify students at risk for school success.
The SOI is a broad-spectrum test measuring multiple different abilities to help you gain information about which learning abilities are developed and which are undeveloped.
There are many types of learning disabilities; the learning disabled do not all have the same profile. It is essential to any academic placement program to know which specific abilities have not yet been developed. This is the specific information that SOI testing provides.
SOI IS DIFFERENT
SOI training materials are designed specifically to teach one learning ability at a time to optimize learning and Continue reading “Using SOI with the Learning Disabled”
The Structure of Intellect assesses many different learning abilities. What often shows up as the lowest overall ability is memory – both visual and auditory.
If you think of memory as “the developed art of paying attention,” then you begin to understand why this is a growing concern in education, especially in elementary school.Comprehension is diminished by lower memory ability and problem-solving becomes frustrating when memory ability fails to recall correct information. Fortunately, SOI is in the business of training memory!
- memory is the ability to retrieve information that has been previously understood
- a lack of memory abilities can be inhibiting or disabling in the acquisition of basic learning skills
- memory is one of the easiest learning abilities to train
- you will see improvement with fifteen minutes of daily memory training
Memory Matrix is our most Continue reading “SOI Memory Training”
SOI tests are tests of learning abilities. If someone is having difficulty learning, the cause may be a lack of learning abilities.
Our tests are a great way to get a snapshot of students’ learning abilities and to see their learning potential. Now that you know more about your students’ learning abilities, what’s next? How do you help all of these unique students?
EMPOWER YOUR STUDENTS. LET US HELP.
The SOI test results have profiled your students’ strong and weak abilities. Now what?
SOI is the easiest and most efficient way to improve their learning abilities. We provide you with Continue reading “Making the Most of SOI Test Results”
At SOI Systems, we provide you with practical ways to help your students succeed. SOI is a system of assessments and training materials that develop intellectual abilities and learning functions.
We equip students with the necessary intellectual skills to learn subject matter, do analytical thinking, become more creative, and, most importantly, learn how to learn.
GIFTED & TALENTED
The robustness of the SOI tests helps incorporate students with gifts in areas not usually included in other assessments. figural, symbolic, evaluation, and creativity abilities are all Continue reading “Taking the Next Step in Learning”
“I’M NOT DOING THIS ANYMORE! My head hurts, I keep losing my place, and I can’t remember what I read!”
These words assailed me as I walked into our fifteen year-old’s room. Her text book landed on the floor in front of her, just before her words landed on me. As a parent, these are not the words you want to hear from you son or daughter. Needless to say I was dismayed.
Aside from adolescence, what had changed this person from an enthusiastic student who claimed reading as her favorite subject, to the frustrated student sitting dejectedly on the floor of her room? I was an educator, a specialist no less! I was supposed to know what to do!
Little did I know, the next week Continue reading “The Missing Link to Learning”