Discover the secrets used by ambitious parents to increase their children's intelligence.
Do you want to grow an intelligent kid who will love learning?
Are you eager to learn how to use cards to teach encyclopedic facts?
Do you want to know how the most ambitious parents increase their children's intelligence?
The course "Boost your kids' intelligence, teach them encyclopedic facts" covers all that!
In 10-20 years, the world will be driven by artificial intelligence (AI) and smart robots. Will our kids be unemployed? Hopefully not - let's make sure we boost our kids' intelligence and enable them to start their life greatly.
I've designed this course especially for parents who want to see their kids thrive in 2040s. For parents, who want to accelerate their kids and give them some "unfair" advantage.
I will walk you through the proven method from The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential from Philadelphia, USA. And will add my experience from teaching my two kids.
At the end of the course, you will not just know how to teach your kids, but you will also be able to create your own encyclopedic fact cards or get them online (#everyMonday).
Anyways, you have nothing to lose. Try this course and if you can honestly say that you learned nothing, just email Udemy, and they will give you a 100% refund within 30 days.
Did You Know?
Enjoy & have fun teaching your kids! :-)
Glenn Doman is a co-founder of The Institutes For The Achievement of Human Potential. He wrote a series of books (Gentle Revolution) which helps parents to teach their kids read, write, do math, etc.
IAHP = The Institutes for The Achievement of Human Potential
It’s a set of books which teach:
How to teach your baby math
How to teach your baby read
How to give your baby encyclopedic knowledge
How to multiply your baby’s intelligence
How to teach your baby swim
See a detailed overview with notes in this article:
Facts are the knowledge base.
With no facts there can be no intelligence.
Read more in this article:
"A child who by three years of age has a huge knowledge bank will be seen to be highly intelligent." ~Glenn Doman
Make sure to use the time right: feed kids' brains with some high-quality stuff.
Read more here:
See notes from a book Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell:
The Institutes suggest to organize the encyclopedic knowledge on five levels:
Divisions (highest level)
Categories (ten or more categories per division)
Sets (one or more sets per category)
Items/cards (around ten items within a set - these are the cards)
Facts (up to ten facts for each item)
On the highest level, there are ten divisions:
D01 – Art
D02 – Biology
D03 – History
D04 – Geography
D05 – General Science
D06 – Languages
D07 – Literature
D08 – Mathematics
D09 – Music
Other random on internet - be careful!
A guide to create your own encyclopedic cards.
Basic rule: Never test the knowledge of the kid.
"It's impressive how you just recognized the praying mantis in the garden."
"You've learned all the cards in this set, very good!"
You can subscribe to get new cards every Monday right here:
The encyclopedic cards need to be:
Easily accessible (i.e. in the living room)
It all starts with you. How do you spend free time?
Order from Amazon (?) … all different card sets, shipping cumbersome
Produce yourself … time consuming
It's important to keep a few sets as a buffer in a drawer.
Please e-mail me your questions & concerns at: michal@TeachYourKidsFacts.com
"With an average number of facts we have the base for average intelligence. With a huge number of facts we have the base for high intelligence." ~Glenn Doman
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