Based on Françoys Gagné’s model (2004), ‘giftedness’ is understood as natural abilities and potential and ‘talent’ as outstanding performance that are systematically developed from gifts.
Gifted individuals often possess outstanding natural intellectual, physical, creative or social abilities. However, they may or may not be high achievers. They may have outstanding potential, but they can be disengaged and under-achieve.
Brain training can help them unlock their true potential. This can be done by identifying their strengths and weaknesses and attacking the weaknesses through intense one on one training so as to keep them from holding the person behind.
To discover how brain training can help your child or yourself, contact Steps To Miles for an affordable and comprehensive cognitive skills assessment.