1. Helping Kids Catch Up Following an Absence

    As adults, we know how life’s changes and challenges can cause us to miss work and have to catch up once we’re back in the office. We try to stay connected through email and telecommuting, but it’s just not the same as sitting at your desk or being at your workstation. When it comes to kids missing school, there are many ways for them to make up homework and catch up on assignments, but if t…Read More

  2. Helping New Kids Adjust to a New School

    If you were ever a new kid at a new school, then you know how challenging it can be to adjust to your new surroundings. Children who move to a new town before school starts for the year face plenty of obstacles once the semester begins, but what about those who move during the school year? Perhaps mom or dad changed jobs, and the child had to leave their old school behind in the middle of the seme…Read More

  3. Help Students Work With Their Peers

    When a student comes to a LearningRx center for brain training, they’re often feeling shy and unconfident due to a lack of progress inside the classroom. That shyness and lack of confidence can be even more apparent when they’re working with their peers on an assignment or project. If they have to meet with others after school to work together on something, the student may feel like they have …Read More

  4. Helping Students Ask Better Questions

    At LearningRx, we want to equip our franchisees with the tools and knowledge they need to help students of all ages succeed inside and outside the classroom. Through our brain training programs, students can improve their cognitive skills such as attention, memory, and logic and reasoning. Our learning centers are designed to provide one-on-one instruction where the same brain trainer works with t…Read More

  5. Getting into The Groove of a New Semester

    The holidays are over and students of all ages are getting ready to start a new semester. Some elementary and middle schools are already back in session, and high schools and colleges should be starting classes in the next few weeks. At LearningRx, we’re always excited for a new semester and the opportunities it brings for students to continue learning and improving their skills. Our brain train…Read More

  6. New Year’s Resolutions to Improve Brain Power

    The New Year is only a few days away, and at LearningRx, we’re always excited about what a new year will bring. The end of the year is a time to look back at all you’ve done over the previous 12 months, as well as look forward to all you will do in the next 12 months. If you’re like millions of others around the country, you may be sitting down to write out your New Year’s resolutions. Set…Read More

  7. Encourage Students to Join Study Groups

    We’ve written before about helping students form positive study habits, and our brain training franchisees are uniquely positioned to help students discover the best way to prepare for a test or a project. However, as we’ve said before, brain training is about more than preparing for an exam – it’s about helping people prepare for the future by improving their cognitive skills and their co…Read More

  8. What Are Your Plans for the New Year?

    December is here again, and for students around the country, it means that the holiday break isn’t too far away. It can also means tests and final exams, but once those are out of the way, students can focus on refreshing and recharging before coming back for the next semester. At LearningRx, we love meeting people who are passionate about working with students of all ages, and helping those stu…Read More

  9. Helping College Students with Jobs

    For those students who want to go to college, it’s often likely that they’ll have to work while going to school in order to help pay for tuition, books, and other expenses. A high school student may get a scholarship or two, but with the current costs of going to college, he or she will likely need a job to cover everything. At LearningRx, our brain training programs are designed to help stude…Read More