Open a Brain Training Franchise This Summer

As the end of the semester draws closer, you might be thinking about what you’re going to do this summer. You might be a teacher, a parent, or both, and you look forward each year to the break that the summer months provide for both you and your kids. If you’re looking to pursue something new this summer in terms of a career path, then LearningRx would love to talk to you about opening a brain training franchise.

Our educational franchise opportunities offer much more than your traditional tutoring center. Our programs are designed to help students of all ages unlock greater cognitive potential and assist them in becoming better learners. Brain training goes beyond just remembering facts and figures for a test — it’s intended to help students use more brain power on a daily basis.

Why Summer is a Great Time to Open a Learning Center

While students don’t usually want to think about school during the summer, it can be the perfect time for a parent or teacher to think about the new semester that will start in August or September. As a parent, you may have a child who struggles with a certain subject, and if you’re a teacher, then you know which students have trouble in class.

Opening a learning center during the summer will allow you to work with students who need that extra boost of confidence before the next semester begins. Students often have a more flexible schedule during the summer, so you can potentially attract more clients while school is not in session. Their training can continue into the school year, and they can get a jump on improving their cognitive skills before the pressures of the classroom are present once again.

A New Start for You

If you’ve been a teacher for several years, then it’s likely difficult to think about changing careers. However, if that’s what you’ve decided to do, then summer can be a perfect time for a new start. You can wrap up this school year and leave once the semester has ended, starting fresh with your new career a few weeks later. You can give yourself time to sit back and relax, and then hit the ground running with your new brain training center.

At LearningRx, we love partnering with people who want to make a new start when it comes to their career. No matter what you’ve done before, we can help you decide if an education franchise is the right fit for you. By requesting your Free Information Kit, you can receive all the details about our franchise structure, what it looks like to open a new learning center, and more.

If you’d like to see if we have an available territory in your area, then fill out this form today. If you have general questions about our brain training programs or anything else, then please contact us by using the form below or by giving us a call today.

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Preparing for the End of the Semester

Now that Spring Break has come and gone for most students around the country, the focus has turned to the final weeks of the semester. Some schools may not be letting out until the end of May or beginning of June, but nearly all classes will be preparing for some type of end-of-year project or test.

At LearningRx, we want students of all ages to be prepared for the end of the semester. Our brain training programs are designed to provide more benefits than traditional tutoring, and they can prove valuable for elementary, middle school, high school, and college students. If you’re interested in learning more about our educational franchise opportunities, then please contact us today!

Final Tests and Exams

For many older students, the end of the semester means final tests and exams. Those in high school and college will have studied certain subjects for the entire semester, and now they will be tested on what they learned. Our programs are designed to help students access better memory skills, attention, focus, and other cognitive skills that are imperative for final exams. However, unlike tutoring, our programs do more than just help a student recall facts and figures — they help a student unlock greater cognitive potential.

Summer Plans

As the end of the semester approaches, many students will be thinking of the summer months that lay beyond the final exams. They’re excited about having a break from school, traveling to see family and friends, and enjoying things they haven’t been able to do during the school year. For those who may have had trouble keeping up during the semester, or they want to train their brain so that they’re ready for the fall semester, then brain training can be a great thing to add to their summer plans.

Planning for the Future

If a student is finishing high school or college this semester, then they’re likely planning for their future. They might be continuing their education, or they may be looking to start a career. Whatever the case may be, the end of the semester marks a milestone for them. As they move into college or a career, greater cognitive power can serve them well. If a certain subject has given them trouble, or they’re worried about being able to keep up at work, then enrolling in brain training can be a smart decision.

Learn More Today

At LearningRx, we love partnering with passionate individuals who want to help students improve their cognitive skills. As the end of the semester approaches, teachers, students, and parents will all think back on the school year. Each person will have a different perspective — a teacher may have a student in mind who they would’ve liked to see do better in class, a student may wish they’d done better in a certain subject, and a parent may have wanted their child to achieve bigger and better things. Those opportunities are still out there, and if you’re interested in opening a brain training franchise and helping students in your community, then please contact us today.

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Brain Fun for Spring Break!

For many students around the country, spring break is nearly here, and they’re likely excited for a respite from schoolwork. Those in college might be heading off somewhere tropical, but for younger students, a week at home is the perfect break from the classroom. At LearningRx, we understand the need for a hiatus from school, since the brain needs time to rest as well.

During spring break, students may want to pursue things that they don’t get to do in the classroom. There may be a book they’ve been wanting to read or a museum they want to visit, and a week off from school can provide the perfect opportunity to do those things. They’ll likely want to watch TV and play video games as well, but as long as their brain is getting some stimulation, they’ll hopefully come back to school ready to learn!

Learn Some History

There’s a very good possibility that your town or city is full of history. There may have been famous people born there, or something significant may have happened there many years ago. Taking a tour of historical sites can help students not only learn new facts, but see their town or city in a different way. They can learn when the city was founded and who lived there at the very beginning. If a student is participating in brain training programs, they should be able to recall those facts quickly, should they need them in the future.

Build Something

There’s often nothing more challenging for the brain than trying to build something. A student who wants to build a piece of furniture during spring break will need to utilize their math skills in order to make sure they measure and cut things correctly. They’ll also have the opportunity to learn how to use new tools and incorporate good hand-eye coordination when using those tools. The brain will be engaged during the entire process, from the initial design to the finishing touches.

Attend a Day Camp

Some communities offer day camps for students who are on spring break. Parents are often still working during this time, and instead of hiring a babysitter or sending the kids to their grandparents’ house for the week, they can enroll the kids in a day camp. Some of our LearningRx centers around the country have offered spring break camps over the years, and it can be a great way for students to challenge their brains and learn new things.

There are likely some camps in your area that are perfect for kids in elementary and middle school. Look for those that involve hands-on and interactive activities so that the kids are not only using their brains, but their brains and their bodies together.

Spring break might come and go too quickly for some, but it’s important that students enjoy their time away from school. If you’re looking for things for your kids to do while they’re on break, then we hope this post has helped you. If you’d like to learn more about our brain training programs and how you can open your own LearningRx center, then please contact us right away.

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What Are the Schools Like in Your City?

At LearningRx, we want every student in every classroom to succeed. We know that not all schools are the same, and our learning center franchisees around the country have worked with students of varying ages and ability levels. If you’re interested in opening an education franchise in your city so that you can offer brain training programs, then it’s good to know what the schools in your city are like.

If you have children who attend a local school, then you may have some idea what the education system is like in your town or city. However, if you’re not associated at all with the local schools, then how do you measure them? In this post, we’ll cover some ways in which you can assess your local learning institutions.

Look at Test Scores

Every school in your area should have test scores available to review. At certain grades, such as 4th and 8th grade, students should be taking tests that measure their knowledge of certain subject matter. The average of those scores should be available to the public, and you can see how your local schools did on the latest tests.

For older students, such as high school juniors and seniors, you can review ACT and SAT scores. Since these students are applying to colleges and universities, you can see how prepared they are for higher education. It’s good to take a look at a wide variety of schools, including public schools, charter schools, and private institutions.

It’s good to keep in mind that while looking at average test scores, not every score will be indicative of the school’s overall performance. Not all students are strong test-takers, even though they know the information that was present on the exam. When it comes to brain training, we want to help students unlock more of their cognitive potential, not just become better at taking tests and quizzes.

Talk With Teachers and Administrators

If you’re interested in opening a LearningRx center in your community, then it’s a good idea to talk with teachers and administrators. The teachers are in their classrooms every single day, working with students of varying ability levels. They know which students are struggling and which ones are excelling. They can see which subjects present the most challenges, and where students tend to get tripped up the most.

As for administrators, they often have the “bigger picture” of their schools. They know the issues that come up the most often, and they hear from the teachers where resources are needed and which classrooms need the most help. They’re also responsible for holding the teachers accountable and making sure they’re doing their very best.

By talking with and building relationships with teachers and administrators, you can gain a better understanding of the schools in your area. You can decide where your education franchise will be located and have a better idea what type and what age of students may be visiting your for brain training.

Talk With Parents

Parents with school-age children are usually more than willing to talk about the schools their kids attend. They’re ready to share what’s wrong with the school, as well as what’s going right. They have opinions on teachers, administrators, facilities, and more, and it’s always good to take those opinions with a grain of salt. However, there is usually some truth to be found in a parent’s opinion, since they want what’s best for their child. If they feel that a school is lacking in certain areas, then you can use that as an opportunity to help students achieve greater success both inside and outside the classroom.

When it comes to helping students through brain training, it’s good to have an idea of what the schools in your area are like. No matter how well students do on tests, or what the latest national assessment said about the local schools, there’s always an opportunity to help individual students unlock more brain power.

To get started, or to learn more about our franchise opportunities, please contact us today. You can use the form below or give us a call at (719) 955-6708. We’ll gladly answer your questions and help you decide if a brain training center is the right fit for you.

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New Classroom This Semester?

With the spring semester well underway for schools all across the country, both students and teachers are settling into a routine. However, for those students and teachers who are in a new classroom, it can take a bit more time to get comfortable.

At LearningRx, we’re passionate about helping students of all ages improve their cognitive skills through our brain training programs. If you’re interested in opening an education franchise in your city, then contact us today!

As the Teacher

If you’re a teacher, then you’re hopefully excited for a new group of students this semester. You might be teaching the same subject matter as you did last semester, but you have a new batch of minds that are ready to learn. You may have taken time during the winter break to revamp some content or build off what was taught during the fall, and now you’re ready to help students discover more about the world around them.

You may have some students who have trouble keeping up with their classmates or who don’t seem to be understanding the content that you’re presenting. It can be beneficial to work with these students one-on-one, and you could suggest brain training for those who seem to have trouble focusing or understanding written or verbal instructions. This one-on-one time can also give you the opportunity to get to know a student better and understand their personality.

As the Student

If you’re a student who moved to a new town or transferred to a new school during the winter break, then a new classroom can be a very overwhelming place to be. You don’t know anyone in your class, and the teachers are all new to you as well. You may be relearning some things that you already covered at your previous school, or you may be encountering new subjects that you haven’t seen before. Whatever the case may be, the pressure to keep up with your classmates, along with the social pressure of assimilating to a new classroom, can be quite a lot to handle.

As a student, you can take ownership of your learning experience and help yourself achieve greater success with brain training programs. Check with your teachers or administrators to see if there is a LearningRx center in your community. You can also talk to your parents about getting help outside of school by working with a certified brain trainer.

At LearningRx, we’re proud to offer an alternative to traditional tutoring, and our programs have shown to have great results with students of all ages. If you’re a teacher who’s in a new classroom this semester, then we’d love to speak with you about how you can get involved in opening a brain training franchise in your community. If you’re a student, then we’d love to connect you with an established learning center near your school.

A new classroom can be both exciting and overwhelming, but with the right approach, everyone can have a great semester. Contact us today to learn more about our brain training programs!

Taking the Classroom Outside

At LearningRx, we’re all for finding better and more interesting ways for students to learn, and our brain training programs are designed to help people of all ages unlock greater cognitive power. A student works one-on-one with a brain trainer to develop better focus, memory, and processing skills that can help them both inside and outside the classroom.

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If you’re a teacher, then you’re likely always looking for new and interesting ways to engage with your students. If you’re a history teacher, you might reenact a famous scene from an ancient battle, and if you’re an English teacher, you might have students take turns reading lines from a Shakespearean play. Whatever the case may be, it’s good to shake things up once in awhile. One of the most fun ways to do this is by taking the classroom outside. The students can get out from behind the desk and have a chance to be in the sunshine and to interact with nature.

A Natural Setting

The outdoors provides a natural setting where you can hold a more informal class, no matter if you’re reading or looking for a particular type of insect. Students can sit on the grass or under a tree as you lecture, or they can explore their surroundings, learning more about the world around them. While the classroom provides structure, the outdoors loosens limitations a bit and can help students feel more at ease while learning. If you have students who are hesitant to speak up or participate in class, then changing the setting could give them more confidence to raise their hand or share their thoughts.

Get Students More Involved

Taking the classroom outside also gives you the chance to get students more involved in the learning process. You might set up interactive lessons where everyone has to move to certain “stations” or spots on the grass. You might divide the class into groups and have each group represent a different historical city or nation. Changing how the students view the lesson can help them remember more than just facts and figures — they become a part of the lesson and therefore feel more invested in the process.

If you’re a teacher, then why not consider taking your classroom outside every so often? It can be a great way to interact with students, get them more involved, and help them feel more excited about school. If you’d like to learn more about our brain training programs and how you can bring a new education franchise to your city, then please contact us right away. We’re always looking for passionate, dedicated people who want to help students unlock more brain power and gain more confidence.

To learn more about our franchise model or to simply ask a question, fill out the form below. A member of our team will respond as soon as possible, and you can find out if brain training is the right path for you.

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What Does the New Year Have in Store for You?

Even though 2019 is now a couple of weeks old, there’s still plenty of time to make goals and resolutions. If you’re an educator, then those goals may reflect your intentions for your classroom or whatever learning environment you’re involved in. At LearningRx, our brain training programs are designed to help students unlock greater cognitive potential, and we love meeting people who have a passion for helping students. If you’re wondering what the New Year has in store for you, then why not think about starting a brain training center in your town or city?

Reaching More Students

As a teacher, you want to impact the students in your classroom, as well as the ones you work with one-on-one during tutoring sessions. Our education curriculum can offer more than traditional tutoring does, since the focus is on helping the student use more of their brain, rather than recall facts and figures while trying to prepare for a test. As a LearningRx franchisee, you’ll be able to reach more students and work with them one-on-one, aiding them as they improve processing speed, memory, and other important cognitive skills.

Our team can help you decide where to open your learning center so that you have the opportunity to reach the greatest amount of students. If you’re already involved in your city’s educational system, then you likely already have the connections needed to generate interest in your brain training franchise. Even if you don’t have the connections, we can help you build a strategy that will push you towards making the ones you need.

Upcoming Events

At LearningRx, we’re always hosting events for those who are interested in discovering more about brain training and how they can open their own center. Our list of 2019 Events has something for everyone, and you can sign up for a webinar to find out if our franchise model is the right fit for you. We’ll also be hosting our annual LearningRx conventions in July. These are open to clinical licensees and franchisees only, but since it’s only January, you still have plenty of time to sign up and become a franchisee before July!

Our events take place from January to December, so if you can’t make one earlier in the year, don’t worry. There are plenty of opportunities to sign up for a webinar or a training session. If you have questions on top of what is provided during these events, then we’ll be more than happy to help!

If you’re excited about what The New Year has in store for you in terms of a new career path, then please contact us today. We’d love to speak with you about franchise opportunities and how you can bring brain training to students of all ages in your community. We’ll provide you with all the information you need to make the best decision for your future, and we’ll be there to support you as you make the transition into becoming a franchisee.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Do You Want to Start a Brain Training Franchise?

At LearningRx, we’re always thrilled when people contact us about starting a brain training franchise in their town or city. We love meeting people who have a passion for helping students of all ages unlock greater cognitive potential and achieve success both inside and outside the classroom.

If you’re interested in starting a learning center, then it’s important to consider what skills and knowledge you have that can be applied to this new endeavor. We’ve created a quick survey that can help you determine whether or not a LearningRx franchise is the right fit for you!

Networking and Marketing

With any new business, it will be imperative to make connections and market your new company. When it comes to brain training programs and your new education franchise, you’ll need to network with local schools and institutions so that they know that you exist. You’ll also have to market your new center so that people will see or hear about you when they’re browsing social media, watching TV, or reading the newspaper.

What Are Your Natural Tendencies?

You might have a natural tendency to be outgoing and personable when you meet people. If so, then sales could be a good fit for you, and when it comes to brain training, you will have to do some “selling,” especially when it comes to convincing people that it’s worth their time. When talking with principals or teachers, you’ll have to show them how our programs can benefit their students, and why it’s a better way to go than traditional tutoring or after-school assistance programs.

If you’re not as adept at selling, but you’re more of an administrator, then you’ll need to find people that can help sell your new franchise. You’re taking care of the behind-the-scenes work, while your staff is out there talking with people and finding students who could benefit from cognitive improvement curriculum.

Set Yourself Up for Success

Whichever way you tend to lean, either towards sales or towards administration, there are ways that you can set yourself up for success. Identifying your strengths and weaknesses is the first step, and hopefully our survey will help with that. You’ll also want to think about who you will hire to work at your brain training franchise and what they can bring to the business. Our support team is always happy to answer questions about hiring and training, and can provide assistance in areas where you’re not sure how to proceed.

If you’re thinking about opening your own LearningRx center, then please contact us right away. We’ll show you how our programs work and why investing in our franchise model can be a great way to launch a new career. We’ll provide you with free information on royalties, growth rate, and profitability, as well as profiles of some of our top performers around the country.

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Starting the Semester Strong

Winter break is now over for many schools, and for teachers and students alike, it’s time to focus on starting the semester strong. If you’re a teacher, then hopefully you’ve enjoyed some downtime during the winter break. If you’re a student, then hopefully you’re excited about the spring semester and what it has to offer. At LearningRx, we’re always thrilled when students are discovering new things and teachers can see the progress that is being made. Our brain training programs are designed to help students of all ages who are struggling with focus, comprehension, and other cognitive skills.

Handling New Subjects

A new semester often means new subjects, and for both teachers and students, it can be overwhelming trying to get a grasp on everything. The teacher may have never taught the subject before, or at least the topics that are brought up, and for students, they’ve never encountered the problems and challenges of this new subject.

Whether it’s math, science, or reading, it’s important for the teacher to present the subject in a clear and concise way. However, there will still be students who have a hard time comprehending new information and processing it to the point where they can apply it to their schoolwork. This is where brain training can prove effective, since the focus is on helping students unlock greater cognitive potential in the areas of memory, processing speed, and focus.

Asking for Help

If you’re a teacher, then hopefully you’re not shy about asking for help when it comes to better materials and resources for your classroom. You might need new computers or textbooks, since these things will help students learn. However, it’s important to keep in mind that certain students may not be as inclined to ask for help when they’re having trouble with a subject or an assignment. They might choose to struggle in silence, rather than ask for help and risk looking, at least to them, foolish in front of their peers.

As the semester starts, it’s important to keep your eyes and ears open for any students who appear to be having trouble in the classroom. They might not say anything to you, but you can talk with them one-on-one to see where they’re having issues. During the spring parent-teacher conferences, you can speak with their parents about what steps could be taken to improve their grades and their participation in the classroom, since a student’s lack of confidence can cause them to remain silent when questions are asked or group assignments are given.

Contact Us Today

If you’re interested in learning more about our brain training programs or what education franchise opportunities we have available, then please contact us today. We’d love to speak with you about how you can start your own LearningRx center and help students achieve great things both inside and outside the classroom. As the spring semester starts, we hope that both you and your students are excited about what lies ahead for the rest of the school year.

We look forward to hearing from you!

3 Things Teachers Can Do During Winter Break

In our last post, we talked about what teachers can do to get their students excited for the spring semester. However, if you’re a teacher, then you’re probably just as excited as your students about the upcoming winter break. You love teaching, but you’re looking forward to a break from the classroom.

At LearningRx, we’re here to support teachers by providing exceptional brain training programs that can help students achieve greater success both inside and outside the classroom. We also provide outstanding franchise opportunities for educators who want to open their own brain training center.

In this post, we’ll take a look at three things that you, as a teacher, can do during the winter break to relax and to prepare yourself for the upcoming semester.

1. Read What You Want!

During the semester, no matter what grade level you teach, your only reading probably comes from the books that the class is reading and the curriculum that you’re following. Over winter break, take time to read what you want to read, whether that’s a new thriller that came out just before the holidays, or a non-fiction book that piqued your interest. You might want to read up on a person or subject that you’ll be teaching about in the spring, allowing you to bring some new and different facts to the topic.

2. Enjoy Your Time Away

While part of your brain will always be engaged with the classroom, it’s important to enjoy your time away from school. Turn off your school notifications for a few days, and don’t check your email for awhile. It’s important to spend time with your friends and family, and to make the most of your downtime. The classroom will be waiting for you when you get back, and if there’s something that’s truly pressing, your principal, superintendent, or dean will be able to get in touch with you.

3. Think About Students Who May Need Help

As a teacher, you know which students in your class are excelling, which ones are getting by, and which ones are struggling to keep up. You may have had some one-on-one sessions with the last category of students, but you know that they need more help than you can provide. This is where brain training can prove effective. At LearningRx, our curriculum can help students unlock greater cognitive potential, which can improve their focus, their reading comprehension, and much more.

If you’re interested in learning more about our education franchise opportunities, then please contact us today. We love meeting people who are passionate about helping students succeed, and we’ll gladly provide you with all of the information that you need to make the best decision. We hope that this post has helped you think of some ideas of what you can do during winter break so that you feel refreshed and renewed once the spring semester starts.

Call us today at (719) 955-6708, or use the form below to contact us online. A member of our team will answer all of the questions that you have.

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