Event Title

Whole Brain Power

Presenter Information

Diego Irigoyen

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

College

College of Art & Letters

Major

Art

History

Session Number

1

Location

RM 215

Juror Names

Moderator: Professor Kathryn Ervin

Start Date

5-21-2015 1:00 PM

End Date

5-21-2015 1:20 PM

Abstract

What had began as an individual pursuit to scoring a higher GPA turned into a series of lectures, workshops, and finally an experimental class. Whole Brain Power is groundbreaking in the realm of brain training and neurology, and is based on the discovery: the hands grow the brain. Over the past two and a half years, I have applied the methodologies of Whole Brain Power and as a repercussion transformed not only my GPA but my overall state of well-being. Having experienced such tremendous results through Whole Brain Power I made it a goal to inform as many students as possible of the incredible resource that resides at the finger-tips of their non-dominant hand. Initiated by an insightful lecture featuring the innovator and designer of Whole Brain Power, Michael J. Lavery, I pursued the desire to teach a course on the tenets of Whole Brain Power at Cal State San Bernardino. The class has had over 40 students to date, and teaches individuals how to embrace their whole brain through ambidexterity and creative memory exercises. This training of the brain has had side effects such as improved sleep, increased energy, higher motivation, greater confidence, and extended attention span; everything a college student, or any person for that matter, could wish for. Over the past year I have witnessed participants experience the same remarkable results I have, and have concluded that this program can be beneficial for people in all walks of life.

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May 21st, 1:00 PM May 21st, 1:20 PM

Whole Brain Power

RM 215

What had began as an individual pursuit to scoring a higher GPA turned into a series of lectures, workshops, and finally an experimental class. Whole Brain Power is groundbreaking in the realm of brain training and neurology, and is based on the discovery: the hands grow the brain. Over the past two and a half years, I have applied the methodologies of Whole Brain Power and as a repercussion transformed not only my GPA but my overall state of well-being. Having experienced such tremendous results through Whole Brain Power I made it a goal to inform as many students as possible of the incredible resource that resides at the finger-tips of their non-dominant hand. Initiated by an insightful lecture featuring the innovator and designer of Whole Brain Power, Michael J. Lavery, I pursued the desire to teach a course on the tenets of Whole Brain Power at Cal State San Bernardino. The class has had over 40 students to date, and teaches individuals how to embrace their whole brain through ambidexterity and creative memory exercises. This training of the brain has had side effects such as improved sleep, increased energy, higher motivation, greater confidence, and extended attention span; everything a college student, or any person for that matter, could wish for. Over the past year I have witnessed participants experience the same remarkable results I have, and have concluded that this program can be beneficial for people in all walks of life.