The clinical psychologist and coordinator of the Therapeutic Educational Classrooms of Salesianos Los Boscos, José Ramón González Toca, shares his experience using NeuronUP with students in both secondary and primary education.
Before the arrival of this platform to our center, we had problems finding attractive materials developed from a neuropsychological basis, and when we found them, they were soon finished or the students lost interest.
Cognitive stimulation at school with NeuronUP
We have been using NeuronUP for some years as a fundamental tool in the Cognitive Skills Program that is carried out in the Therapeutic Educational Classrooms. We also use the platform with students with special educational needs -SEN-, both in primary and secondary education.
NeuronUP allows us to present material in an easy, attractive and dynamic way, and it is constantly evolving and improving.
Customize activities, sessions & programs
One of the great benefits of this platform is that it allows us to create customized programs and sessions. When we work in group sessions, each student can work on the areas he/she needs the most.
For our students, these sessions are not seen as work, but as fun and enriching, so their performance and attitude are very positive. Work has been so profitable and positive that families have asked to have access from their homes to be able to continue the work. Especially at the stage when we were all confined, NeuronUP became a fantastic tool.
Record the student’s progress
Another perk of the NeuronUP program is the ability to record the activities’ results and be able to see the student’s evolution since it allows us to follow how they’re doing and adapt the work according to their needs and progress.
Work in 40+ areas based on neuropsychological criteria
Finally, I would like to point out that NeuronUP has a very attractive design and is a very intuitive platform, but most importantly, it is a tool that is based on neuropsychological criteria and allows you to work on different fundamental areas such as attention, memory or language based on solid foundations.
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