Puzzles with a Purpose
These Visual Imagery exercises give you practice in selecting relevant information. Of course, in real life what is relevant to one person may be completely irrelevant to another. These puzzles teach you the process of distinguishing relevant information from information that is useless at the moment.
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Why These Exercises Are Worth the Effort
Since 1983, Donalee Markus and her Designs for Strong Minds™ associates have been maximizing intelligence for individuals and corporations throughout the World. An innovative program of exercises, Designs for Strong Minds™, uses game-like, context-free exercises to filter out emotional influences, which allows the participants to work solely on cognitive skills.
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Designs for Strong Minds™ maximizes intelligence by making students aware of the ways in which they think. Designs for Strong Minds™ uses context-free materials and mediation to maximize intelligence and the capacity to learn. These brain exercises develop visual imagery skill. Visual imagery is the ability to create pictures in your head. Visual imagery is the foundation for abstract thinking and mathematics. With these visual imagery exercises your students will develop skills to:
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