Brian O'Connell
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Personal Website / ePortfolio / Personal Web Presence (PWP)
http://raiseyouriq.com/
Blog
http://raiseyouriq.com/blog/
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http://twitter.com/RaiseYourIQ
Subject(s) I Teach or Learning Interest Area
game based learning,learning technology,
More About Me
work at raiseyouriq

Brian O'Connell's Blog

New Evidence That IQ Can Be Increased With Brain Training

Posted on May 25, 2016 at 2:25am 0 Comments

A new scientific paper I produced along with Sarah Cassidy and other colleagues, published in the journal Learning and Individual Differences, shows that significant increases in general intelligence, of 28 points on average, can be…

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Online Brain Training

Posted on January 12, 2015 at 11:56am 0 Comments

Online brain training online is a superb method to challenge the brain to work harder while improving memory and IQ. In the digital age, information overload and longer life expectancy can expose the brain to more demands than even before. Also in education, little time is spent on teaching students how to learn and acquire knowledge easier.

Brain training online as a weekly routine will improve memory retention, increase IQ, and help the brain focus better, develop speaking skills…

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Increase Intelligence

Posted on December 5, 2014 at 6:52am 0 Comments

Can a person increase or improve intelligence or are there factors imposed by biology that constrains IQ or memory gains. Well, psychologists at NUIM University have shown with published research that IQ can indeed be raised (see Cassidy, Roche & Hayes, 2011) and that the IQ increases have a permanent effect (Roche, Cassidy &Stewart, 2013). Memory is also an essential part of the brains intellectual functioning and that this too can be improved (see Jaeggi et al., 2008). These…

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Game Based Learning in the Classroom

Posted on November 20, 2014 at 11:16am 0 Comments

The use of “Game Based Learning” in schools and the classroom by teachers can have a measurable effect on teaching methods and student success in subjects like math, science, reading and languages. In the modern education system game based learning and brain training solutions have the potential to bolster teaching methods while educational games in the classroom are fast proving an invaluable tool to connect and engage students. Games in the classroom in any form have shown to increase…

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