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Eyebraingym helps students and adults to see more, read faster, remember better, and think clearer through online games and exercises.

Eyebraingym

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The basis of good visual intelligence is reading, but reading is not a natural process. Learning to read, and using accurate skills and strategies to navigate the growing oceans of information is fundamental to achieving success in education. The aim of Eyebraingym is to develop a coherent mind, to achieve improved interaction with visual information through improved visual and cognitive skills.
Minda Marshall, Co-Director
Our student placement tool combines the assessment of visual processing, language, and reading with comprehension assessment to establish the relative efficiency of visual intelligence.

Minda Marshall, Co-Director

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150 000
Children/Users
4
Countries
2010
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For-profit
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Updated on September 6th, 2021
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The right to decency and a better life…

What we do?

We are a social impact business in Education working to improve outcomes for students in their chosen career choices while helping them to lead more productive and responsible lives. The outcomes of our systems are measurable and impact directly on the way individuals see, work with, and remember visual information. Eyebraingym is positioned to become one of the solutions needed to redress gaps and challenges in the education and training sectors of the future.

Why we do it?

Over three-quarters of a billion young people in low- and middle-income countries will not be on track to acquire necessary secondary-level skills (literacy and numeracy) by 2030. If we do not see a rapid improvement in the quality of education, in low-income countries, only one out of 10 will be on track. Without urgent change, more than 1.5 billion adults would have no education beyond primary school in 2030.Illiteracy leads to a loss in productivity, and a decrease of financial health as well as a general decline in lifestyles and wellness amongst people. The current economic situations across the globe have made this phenomenon even worse.  

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August 2020
Innovation page created on HundrED.org
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