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Helps Struggling Learners Go From Surviving to Thriving

Over the course of 43,000 hours of research, design, and testing, LEAP 3.0 was created by Dr. Aisha Simon and our team to give every student an educational experience customized for their unique needs. Our learning laboratories have evaluated and refined LEAP 3.0 through thousands and thousands of 1-on-1 student sessions. It is currently the only program that constantly synthesizes groundbreaking research regarding how students and their brains learn best. LEAP 3.0 focuses on enhancing the brain’s organizational efficiency and gets results by customizing a targeted program from over 250 hours of exercises. Students complete increasingly difficult game-like tasks that strengthen neural connections and allow for measurable practice applying sensory motor, cognitive, and executive functioning skills across multiple academic and social contexts. LEAP 3.0 improves performance by ensuring that all of the systems that support joyous learning are working together!

Understanding The Learning Tree

At Axiom LearningTM, we know that most people tend to measure student success through grades in subjects like Math, English and Science. If students struggle academically, the interventions tend to also focus on these same subjects at the “tree-top level” of learning. The truth is that academic challenges are often just symptoms of an underlying inefficiency. For most students who struggle in school, truly effective interventions will require support at the “trunk and root levels” below typical academic performance. While our team can certainly help your student with their math or English homework, we are most excited about the opportunity to help with your child’s learning optimization, which has lifelong benefits that extend beyond getting good grades.

For most learning challenges, the root cause is a gap in your child’s physical, cognitive processing, or executive functioning systems. Efficient physical and cognitive processing systems are required for important tasks like acquiring information or sustaining attention for homework or social engagements. Executive functions are study skills like goal setting, time management, and prioritization that allow kids to meet life’s growing demands. Rather than addressing the symptoms at the top of the tree, students with learning challenges will find transformative impact by focusing on the skills at the roots and trunk of the learning tree.

Key skills and systems include Visual Processing, Auditory Processing, Selective Attention, Working Memory, Logic & Reasoning, Processing Speed, and Executive Functioning.

Sensory Motor Skills - Information Gathering


Strengthens the visual and auditory pathways to process information more efficiently, accurately, and automatically − allowing students to spend less energy on merely processing information and more energy on more deeply understanding and applying that information to academic or social contexts.

Addresses inefficiencies at the brain level such as:

  • Working Memory Processing
  • Speed Language Processing
  • Logic & Reasoning

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Interhemispheric Integration
Vestibular Functions
Visual Tracking
Proprioception

Processing Skills - Information Processing


Strengthens the visual and auditory pathways to process information more efficiently, accurately, and automatically − allowing for the allocation of cognitive bandwidth away from merely processing information to deeper understanding and application of that information.

Addresses inefficiencies at the brain level such as:

  • Working Memory Processing
  • Speed Language Processing
  • Logic & Reasoning

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Cognitive Processing Speed
Working Memory
Visual Processing
Language Processing - Reading, Written and Oral
Logic And Reasoning
Selective Attention

Executive Function Skills - Information Application


Supports the development of a Growth Mindset and trains students to devise effective systems of goal setting, time management, prioritization and organization in support of their daily life activities, both in school and beyond.

Addresses inefficiencies in self-management such as:

  • Attention & Focus
  • Organization and Planning
  • Time Management

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Time Management
Task Analysis And Prioritization
Organization And Note-Taking Skills
Growth Mindset Enhancement

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