With my program, My Elbert, we train and coach families, educators in schools, museums, organizations, independent contractors, tutors, and other teaching staff and institutions of higher education personnel, on methods to create a visually-empowering team inclusive but not limited to: neuropedalogical discussions, reflective activities, goal and intention setting, self-awareness and directed neuroplasticity.
Also, by our intensive professional development programs, we provide individuals with the tools to become skilled facilitators of complex conversations, fostering strategic relationships, flexible thinking skills, and the conceptualization and implementation of collaborative initiatives.
Our accessible online curricula supports of critical thinking, visual literacy (arts), communication (reading, writing, & speaking), and collaboration skills including but not limited to: curriculum planning, literacy intervention, visual-arts instruction, classroom management, character development, and community outreach programs.
Please assist and accept an invention to Review Of The Attached “Nurture Their Nature” which is the basis or “why” behind My Elbert Program. Please help me out with this review (min of 200 words appreciated) and contact with any questions. Please review Part I of Nurture Their Nature:
Vishwas Asolkar studies from Jean-Émile Charon, who was a French nuclear physicist, philosopher, and writer, confirms Cook’s Theory (see above). Asolkar writes, “Mrs. Cook, I am still studying your wonderful series of lessons on innovative publication on Neurometric education applications… ahead …there’s got to be dappling effect applied to the theories and principles of mechanics of the universe…”. “I’m happy to note that, you do have fair knowledge of Science of Mechanics and application to Spiritual Game Theory.” [Referring to Lionel E. Flotte’s Work] Asolkar also states, “Indicators given by a great engineer & author … Arguments very much are True & applicable to our journey.”
Cook has developed a wonderful neuropedagogy. She is attempting to add (w)holism including epigenetics and self- directed neuroplasticity into a great field of education. From her own life experience and research, she has taken on the task to help the sufferers and those, who feel weak and weary to their circumstances and situations such as neurodiversity and divergence. Asolkar also writes, “she had applied her techniques, by developing her amazing technical growth and higher spiritual dynamics.” Likewise, he wrote. “I felt thrilled and proud to go through your works. The world requires dynamic personalities like you for creating great goodness to heal the world.”
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