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Joan Gibson


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As a certified Structure of Intellect Practitioner (SOI) and Life Management Leadership Trainer, Joan uses a unique approach to strengthening learning abilities and supporting superior academic achievement. " These two programs together have the potency that students need to overcome fears about learning and gives them the concrete skills they need to excel and meet their own learning goals." says Joan. SOI measures over 90 intellectual abilities, and offers a training component to strengthen weak abilities and develop all abilities to the gifted level. Over the past 25 years she has worked with groups and individuals from many diverse areas of life: politicians, community leaders, teachers, students, correctional inmates, government programs,and business leaders. Now she wants to share her knowledge and experience with teachers, students, and families who are seeking answers to the all too common questions about learning. " We need to develop a love for learning first, then attention, focus and concentration skills. Naturally,the rest of learning take will take care of itself." she explains to educators and parents. Recently Joan has applied the SOI techniques to construct a specialized program for students faced with the challenge of mastering English as a second language. To increase the academic performance of her ESL students they are assessed, given sensory integration exercises, specialized learning modules, and specific subject support. Today Joan is a published author, public speaker,guest on Vancouver CFUN radio and other university and community radio stations throughout BC. She has Expert Author status on Ezine Articles. Read some of her articles there!

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