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  1. Lenita Dunlap
    As Executive Director of Heart House, I believe NeuroUplift is a viable partner. Access to this type of technology and assessment would give us the tools to better serve our students.
    Lenita Dunlap
  2. Lenita Dunlap
    I am always looking for materials/programs to help close the achievement gap. MindMark would help us to further tailor and individualize a program designed with my students needs in mind.
    Lenita Dunlap
  1. YOUR BRAIN. YOUR POWER

    Your talents are hidden in your fingerprints

    Make Learning Easier

    Personalize
    Your
    Education

    Develop Skills Faster

    Improve Communication Skills

  2. WHAT IF WE WERE TWICE AS INTELLIGENT?

    Know your students hidden talents. Genius needs to be identified rather than testified
  3. EMPOWER YOUR BRAIN

    Good things happen when you know your brain

    Your
    Innate
    Talents

    Your
    Multiple Intelligences

    Your Learning
    Types

    Your
    Strengths &
    Weaknesses

  4. BRAIN ANALYTICS DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT

    Explore. Empower. Evolve.

    Make Learning Easier

    Personalize
    Your
    Curriculum

    Build Growth Mindsets

    Improve Communication Skills

Knowledge is accumulating at a phenomenal rate in both brain-sciences and genetics.
Diagnosing students' learning needs and identifying areas for targeted instruction is crucial.
Metacognition in the classroom can develop a whole new mind and future for students. 

Focus on what matters most: Your Children, Your Students

Educators have a crucial role in the progress of human development.
The fundamental purpose of educators is to ensure high levels of learning for all students.
Personalized learning is increasing the bar for distinguished teachers. Previous proficient teaching habits are now mediocre.
The weight is shifting towards personalized learning and effective instruction reform.
Control the dynamics of the classroom to engage student interests.
MindMark Intelligence Analysis gives teachers the power to control class engagement.
Jumpstart your personal, educational, and career growth by learning how your brain is unique. 
Get recommendations from leading scientists, doctors, and educators on how to become smarter faster based on your innate talents and strengths.
The MindMark is a great start for making sense of your actions and for taking actionable steps towards presence of mind.
While MindMarks is most valuable to younger students, it is important to understand your brain, no matter who you are.
A resource like MindMark in your hands provides a great starting point on your journey through brain and talent development. 
No matter where you are in your education or what challenges you face, you have a choice to improve your brain from this day forward.

This technology is revolutionizing the future of education

WHAT IS MINDMARK INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS?
 
It is an exclusive analysis of your brain. This psychometric assessment system features your innate talents, intelligences, styles, and talents. The system is an integration of Neuroscience, Genetics, Embryology, Dermatoglyphics, Neurobiology, Pediatric Psychology, and Behavioral Science. It is based on the formation and the amount of ridges present on your fingerprints.
Map Your Mind
 
To discover your strengths and to indentify the key areas where your mind naturally excels. Gain the competitive advantage to be the best at what you do.
Whole Brain Development
 
If your child is a Shakespeare why would you force them to be a Beethoven or an Einstein? In a world of global competence we must utilize our strengths to make greater progress.
  1. NEURON STRUCTURE
     
    A neuron is a nerve cell that is the basic building block of the nervous system. There are three basic parts of a neuron: the dendrites, the cell body, and the axon. Dendrites are the hair-like structure surrounding the cell body. They act as electrical cables that conduct incoming signals to the cell. The axon is the outgoing connection for signals emitted by the neuron.
  2. BRAIN STRUCTURE CONTINUED
     
    The limbic system mediates motivated behaviours, emotional states, and memory processes. It also regulates body temperature, blood pressure, blood sugar level, and other housekeeping activities. The cerebral cortex directs the brain's higher cognitive and emotional functions. It is divided into two almost symmetrical halves called cerebral hemispheres. Each hemisphere contains four lobes: Frontal Lobe, Occipital Lobe, Parietal Lobe, Temporal Lobe. These lobes oversee all forms of conscious experience, including perception, emotion, thought and planning along with unconscious processes.
  3. BRAIN STRUCTURE
     
    The brain can be considered the most complex organ in the human body and the centerpiece of your nervous system. Although a human brain works as a unified whole, neuroscientists can identify areas within it that perform specific functions. The brain is organized into three interconnected layers: the central core, limbic system, and cerebral cortex, all of which contains structures that regulate everyday life. The central core helps regulate basic life processes, including breathing, pulse, movement, sleep, and the early stage of processing sensory information.
  4. DEVELOPMENT OF A HUMAN BRAIN
     
    Nerve cells, called neurons, are the fundamental elements of the central nervous system (cns). The (cns) is made up of about 100 billion neurons. The brain grows at an amazing rate during development. At times during brain development, 250,000 neurons are added every minute. At birth, almost all the neurons that the brain will ever have are present. The first three years of life are a period of incredible growth. By age three the brain has grown dramatically by producing trillions of synapses between the billions of cells. Parents should grab the chance of the early years tohelp their children get off to a good start and establish personalized patterns for life-long learning.
  1. INTERPERSONAL - SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE
     
    is sensing people's feelings and motives.
     
    People in this category are usually extroverts and are characterized by their sensitivity to others' moods, feelings, temperaments, motivations, and ability to cooperate in order to work in groups. They communicate effectively and empathize easily with others. They typically learn best by working with others and often enjoy discussion and debate. This intelligence is high in politicians, managers, teachers, sales professionals, principals, HR professionals, talk-show hosts, mentors and coaches.
  2. INTRAPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE
     
    is understanding yourself, what you feel, and what you want.
     
    Those who are strong in this intelligence are typically introverts and prefer to work alone. They are usually highly self-aware and capable of understanding their own emotions, goals and motivations. They learn best when allowed to concentrate by themselves. There is often a high level of perfectionism associated with this intelligence. This intelligence is high in philosophers, psychologists, theologians, writers, religious leaders, counselors, therapists, researchers, entrepreneurs and scientists.
  3. NATURALISTIC - PHYSICAL WORLD 
     
    is understanding living things and reading nature.
     
    Those with it are said to have greater sensitivity to nature and their place within it, the ability to nurture and grow things, and greater ease in caring for animals. They may also be able to discern changes in weather or similar fluctuations in their natural surroundings. They learn best when it involves collecting and analyzing, or is closely related to something prominent in nature. They tend to learn better outdoors. This intelligence is high in scientists, naturalists, conservationists, gardeners, archaeologists, environmentists, veterinary doctors, meteorologists and farmers.
  4. MUSICAL - RHYTHMIC INTELLIGENCE
     
    is discerning sounds, their pitch, tone, rhythm, and timbre.
     
    Those who are high in this intelligence display greater sensitivity to sounds, rhythms, tones, and music. They normally have good pitch and may even have absolute pitch. They are able to sing, play musical instruments, and compose music. They learn best via lectures due to the strong auditory component. They use songs or rhythms to memorize information. This intelligence is high in instumentalists, musicians, acoustic engineers, music therapists, music teachers, signers, conductors, DJs, and composers.
  5. BODILY - KINESTHETIC INTELLIGENCE
     
    is coordinating your mind with your body.
     
    People who have this intelligence usually enjoy acting or performing, in general they are very good at building and making things. They often learn best by physically doing something, rather than reading or hearing about it. They have strong muscle memory. This intelligence is high in athletes, dancers, actors, surgeons, builders, choreographers, yoga instructors, sculptors, martial arts performers, and soldiers.
  6. LOGICAL - MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCE
     
    is quantifying things, making hypotheses and proving them.
     
    This area has to do with logic, abstractions, reasoning, and numbers. While it is often assumed that those with this intelligence naturally excel in math, chess, and programming, a more accurate definition places emphasis on traditional mathematical ability, reasoning capabilities, recognition of abstract patterns, scientific thinking, and the ability to perform complex calculations. This intelligence is high in scientists, mathematicians, engineers, doctors, judges, programmers, stock brokers, debaters, and economists. 
  7. VISUAL - SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE
     
    is visualing the world in 3D.
     
    People with strong visual-spatial intelligence are typically very good at visualizing and mentally manipulating objects. Often proficient at solving puzzles. They have a strong visual memory and are often artistically inclined. Very good at sense of direction and may have good hand-eye coordination. This intelligence is high in artists, engineers, interior designers, animation and graphic designers, cartoonists, photographers and architects.
  8. VERBAL - LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE
     
    is finding the right words to express what you mean.
     
    Typically good at reading, writing, telling stories and memorizing words along with dates. They tend to learn best by reading, taking notes, listening to lectures, and discussion and debate. This intelligence is high in writers, layers, philosophers, journalists, politicians, comedians, trainers, voice-over artists, professional debaters, commentators, linguistic translators, editors, and teachers.
  9. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES
     
     
    In 1983 the world of science accepted the Multiple Intelligence theory proposed by Dr. Howard Gardner from Harvard University. The theory states that every human has a minimum of 8 kinds of intelligences. The proportion in which it is available in each person differs. The combination of these intelligences design the nature and characteristics of a person. That is why each person is unique. Most people can develop each intelligence to an adequate level of competency. There are many ways to be intelligent within each category and each intelligence works along with each other in complex ways.
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