A student’s ability to attend to incoming information can be observed, broken down into a variety of sub-skills, and improved through properly coordinated training. We train and strengthen the three primary types of attention:
- Sustained Attention: The ability to remain focused and on task, and the amount of time we can focus.
- Selective Attention: The ability to remain focused and on task while being subjected to related and unrelated sensory input (distractions).
- Divided Attention: The ability to remember information while performing a mental operation and attending to two things at once (multi-tasking).