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Grab some popcorn! Our recording of Eaton Arrowsmith’s Live Cognitive Classroom is ready for viewing!

Posted on November 28, 2016

Hello everyone!

Thank you so much to those of you who joined us this past Monday (or Tuesday in other parts of the world) either live in the audience or via our live streamed presentation. If you did you would have seen some pretty remarkable students speaking about their experiences with the Arrowsmith Program and Eaton Arrowsmith/Eaton Cognitive Improvement Centre. Our school principals, Emily Lunney and Simon Hayes and founder Howard Eaton completed the presentation by sharing their knowledge of the power of brain plasticity to change lives. An update on the ongoing research taking place on the Arrowsmith Program was also discussed.

The weekend is upon us, so grab yourself some popcorn, relax, and prepare to be inspired! If, after watching, you are interested in learning more about us and our admissions process, we’re always here to help. Feel free to email us at admissions@eatonarrowsmith.com or call 604-264-8327 (Canadian schools/centres) or 425-861-8327 (Redmond, Washington school/center).

*Please note that due to technical difficulties at the very beginning of the presentation the first 2-3 minutes was not recorded. Additionally, due to the fact that our UBC Arrowsmith Program research is pending journal submission there is one visual that we were not able to record.

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