Agoura Hills, CA, May 25, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Teachers get frustrated when they ask a student a question in class, and the reply is, “Huh?” “What did you say?” The student wasn’t alert and paying attention. No, the student is not a bad kid. Nor a dumb kid. He or she just didn’t get enough sleep the night before, and hasn’t learned how to focus during the day.
A new instrument, called the “StudyBuddy,” is now available. It has a twofold purpose: to assist students to sleep better at night, and then help them be alert and pay attention in the classroom during the day. Grades improve. Teachers get excited about teaching again. And parents become proud of the children’s accomplishments.
Georgia K. Connor, renowned neuroscientist and learning specialist, has invented a light and sound instrument that, accompanied by exercises called “MindMoves,” will become a student’s best friend. Connor says, “My fourteen years of experience in dealing with students with learning challenges led me to create the StudyBuddy. It is easy and fun to use. The student will be thrilled to go to school well-rested, and see his or her grades improve.”
The StudyBuddy comes with two instructional DVD’s. The first DVD is directed to parents and teachers, showing them how they can assist their student. The second DVD takes the student through a step-by-step process, explaining how the StudyBuddy is to be used, and what accompanying exercises go with it. Both DVD’s are simple, direct, and very colorful. More information is available at www.mindmoves.net. Georgia K. Connor is available in the Los Angeles, CA, area for presentations to parent and teacher groups.
Georgia K. Connor
Phone: (805) 375-9200