Tara Academe is a school for learning skills enhancement based in the Delhi region in India. Developing effective learning skills confers the ability to focus on what is most meaningful and truly important to us. If you are looking for intellectual skill development and cognitive enhancement from the ages of 4 to adult, Tara Academe can offer valuable, thoroughly evidence based learning skill enhancement modules that can markedly improve school performance, facilitate career selection and vocation and help you or your ward to successfully negotiate the demands, competitiveness and the challenges of modern life.
Tara is a buddhist deity, also known as the “mother of liberation” and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements. Tara Academe’s vision is to enable all to find the means to focus on and realize what is most important in their lives!
Enhancing intellectual abilities and learning skills to markedly improve academic performance and vocational skills!
- Primary school (read more)
- Middle school (read more)
- Career selection and aptitude assessment (read more)
- Vocational courses like medical transcription (read more)
Tara Academe offers the thoroughly research driven Structure of Intellect Model of Learning that is a system of assessments and training that hones and develops cognitive skills and, intends to host online vocational training courses of which, the medical transcription course is the first. The structure of intellect model of learning is probably the most effective and tested system for radically improving the way a child learns and is acclaimed as the world’s best system of learning skills enhancement.
Training in learning skills is not really offered in schools in India and research has shown that doing this enables children as well as young adults to study, play, create and fashion their lives more successfully. Learning skills enhancement significantly improves school performance in those with learning challenges and poor study and learning habits and usually means the difference between success and failure in all of life’s endeavors.
“The Illiterate of the future will not be those who cannot read, it will be those who cannot learn“