Improving social skills!  

LET’S TRANSFORM EDUCATION IN ALL ENVIRONMENTS

For students with special needs
For teachers or parents who work with children with learning disabilities, it can be tough to build up trust and their confidence with homework. At cognicorp+ Games and Products, we understand your daily challenge because Cognicorp+ founder has work for over a decade with children and young adults with disability by offering support and assistance to family, schools, and Health and Social Services establishment. To continue to support you better, we offer Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) solutions to help support children with a learning disability to have fun while doing their homework and learning new skills. We want to introduce new strategies that will help them decrease their anxiety and stress and improve socialization in school or at home.
See our Parental Services page for more information.
Educators Wanted For Game Testing
At Cognicorp+, we are passionate about creating games that inspire kids to learn while they are having fun. Our games are designed to encourage students to practise their maths, spelling and logical thinking skills in a way that leverages socialisation and real-world interaction.

We know that game-based learning becoming more popular as a tactic to help to address student disengagement in the classroom. With over 78% of teachers using games in the classroom, we know it’s a popular tactic, especially when studies show that students who play games are showing positive learning outcomes.
While we have had positive feedback from our exhibition at Mondial des Jeux in Montreal in 2017, we would love to see how our games impact students who regularly use the game over a series of months. Alternatively, this game can also be a great tool for socialization when played in groups.









  




"Education is not just about going to school and getting a degree. It's about widening your knowledge and absorbing the truth about life".


-Shakuntala Devi

"The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination".
– Albert Einstein


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Self-esteem
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Spelling
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Math
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Socialization