WARREN, NJ – Locally owned LearningRx Warren announced that they will be hosting a free “Smart Parents, Smart Kids” workshop focusing on study habits for the new school year. The free event is open to the community and will be held at the Brain Training Center located at 34 Mountain Blvd., Bldg. C on August 19 at 10 a.m.
The program will be co-led by LearningRx Director of Training, Brett Peppe and beloved Warren Township teacher and brain trainer, Connie Leuenberger. Peppe and Leunberger have a wealth of experience in education – teaching, tutoring and training alike. They are excited to share tips from the field to make studying more effective and more enjoyable. LearningRx Owner/Executive Director Marcia Douglas will also be available to explain the brain science behind the most effective strategies and to answer questions about the link between cognitive skills and learning.
Studying can sometimes be a real struggle, so let LearningRx Warren help you to help your kids. This event is sure to provide you with helpful information to get the new school year off to a great start. In addition to sharing effective study skills and organizational tips, attendees can try out some fun brain training exercises to feel their brains at work!
Spaces are limited so guests are encouraged to call ahead and reserve a spot. The first ten callers will receive a special gift. Light refreshments will be served.
For more information about this event or to learn more about LearningRx Warren, please call 908-22-BRAIN (908-222-7246).
About LearningRx Warren
LearningRx Warren is a Brain Training Center owned by Marcia Douglas, a mother of five, and a former education law attorney. The Center has been opened for four years and has changed the lives of over 500 students. With just one visit to the Warren Brain Training Center, you will see that this is not your typical tutoring program, and you’ll understand why the testing and training techniques used are revolutionary. Students of all ages—children and adults—build their brains to enhance their cognitive skills and to achieve their potential to learn, read, and succeed in school, sports, work and life.
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