Review: myBrainLab and the BrainRx Program – Part 2

As promised, this is the final review of the BrainRx program from myBrainLab now that Aristotle has completed his 60 hours of brain training. If you missed it, you can read Part 1 here. Gibson Test of Brain Skills The comparison between the before and after cognitive skills tests was… surprising. According to myBrainLab, even though they expected toContinue reading “Review: myBrainLab and the BrainRx Program – Part 2”

Review: myBrainLab and the BrainRx Program

myBrainLab is a brain development center in Publika offering the BrainRx training program created by Dr Ken Gibson. To find out more about them, visit our previous posts: myBrainLab – be smarter, think faster, remember better About BrainRx, Dr Ken Gibson, and testimonials The Gibson Test of Brain Skills You can also watch the followingContinue reading “Review: myBrainLab and the BrainRx Program”

Old-Fashioned Brain Fun for Kids

Back in the days when I was a kid, we always looked forward to visits from our grandparents. That’s because grandma always brought lots of cool stuff for the kids, like: New clothes – the only clothes I ever got were hand-me-downs but when grandma came, they would be new. Treats – like the lollypopContinue reading “Old-Fashioned Brain Fun for Kids”

Books: Brain Puzzles and Games for Kids

Old-school Brain Puzzles for Kids… Brain Games for Kids Series Get Your Brain into Gear! Power Up Your Brain Book 1 Power Up Your Brain Book 2 Pump Up Your Brain This Brain Games for Kids offers more than 150 puzzles for children ages 8 and older. From children’s book selections in the popular BrainContinue reading “Books: Brain Puzzles and Games for Kids”

The GIBSON Test of Brain Skills – How Well Does Your Child’s Brain Function?

Why should you test your child’s brain skills? Have you ever wondered why some children succeed academically but others fail even though they attend the same school, are in the same class, have the same teacher and study the same curriculum? Is it because of the teaching process or could there be something more toContinue reading “The GIBSON Test of Brain Skills – How Well Does Your Child’s Brain Function?”

Neuroplasticity: Fixing My Brain – for Children with Learning Disabilities

Barbara Arrowsmith, author of the book “The Woman Who Changed Her Brain: How I Left My Learning Disability Behind and Other Stories of Cognitive Transformation“, came onto the radar when I read about her her and her program in the book “The Brain That Changes Itself” by Norman Doidge. Although the Arrowsmith program is primarily for childrenContinue reading “Neuroplasticity: Fixing My Brain – for Children with Learning Disabilities”

Playing Video Games Can Make Your Child Smarter

Video games can make your child smarter? Apparently so… “Video games involving navigation or other spatial tasks help boys and girls learn to visualize and rotate objects…  Encouraging girls to play video games could improve their spatial reasoning.” – Welcome to Your Child’s Brain How Does Playing Video Games Benefit Your Child? In numerous studies, videoContinue reading “Playing Video Games Can Make Your Child Smarter”

BrainRx Skills and Discovery Workshop from myBrainLab

For the first time in Malaysia, myBrainLab is introducing BrainRx… What is BrainRx? Founded by Dr Ken Gibson, BrainRx is a brain training program designed to help children learn faster, comprehend more, and get smarter. With the BrainRx program, they can: Maximize their learning and reading potential Think and reason faster and more accurately MasterContinue reading “BrainRx Skills and Discovery Workshop from myBrainLab”

MyBrainLab – be smarter • think faster • remember better

Neuroplasticity The term Neuroplasticity is derived from the root words Neuron and Plastic. A neuron refers to the nerve cells in our brain. Each individual neural cell is made up of an axon, dendrites, and is linked to one another by a small space called the synapses. The word plastic means to mold, sculpt, orContinue reading “MyBrainLab – be smarter • think faster • remember better”