Learn more about the school district’s thoughts on getting started with Vektor, and hear their thoughts on why they chose to implement Vektor in all schools. The videos are short and will help you succeed with Vektor in Your School District!
Click here to open and print reward chart Allow your child to check of each completed session with Vektor with a marker or stickers. This will help them view their training progress and help increase their motivation for following through with all 40 training sessions.
General: Preferably 10″ screen or larger, as some exercises may require precision finger movements Apple: iPad 2 or later, iOS 9.3.1 or later. Android: OS 4.4 or later, minimum 1 GHz CPU, minimum 1 GB RAM. We recommend that each person training with Vektor is using the same device each training session. In case you need to switch betweenRead More
Click here to open and print reward chart Allow your students to check of each completed session with Vektor with a marker or stickers. This will help them view their training progress and help increase their motivation for following through with all 40 training sessions.
One Laptop per Child (OLPC) and the Plan Ceibal Foundation have provided laptops and tablets to all primary-school students in Uruguay. Now, Cognition Matters provides Vektor for their tablets in order to help children develop their mathematical ability.
In collaboration with researchers from Monash University, the program Vektor is being tried out in rural parts of south Australia. A second trial has also taken place in Melbourne The project is covered in this article from The Age.
In the spring of 2016, we started our first project with about 600 children in Sollentuna County. The results from this project were very positive, both regarding the mathematical improvements of the children as well as the general feedback from the teachers. Since then more counties have started and now we are very happy thatRead More
Executive Director Mattias Westman Scientific Director Torkel Klingberg Chief Operating Officer Marina Westman Lönne Development David Sjölander (previously) Jonas Beckeman (previously) Stefan Guath (previously)
Brian Butterworth Brian Butterworth is emeritus professor of cognitive neuropsychology at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London. Dr. Butterworth is one of the leading figures in dyscalculia research. He is a founding editor of the journals “Mathematical Cognition” and “Language and Cognitive Processes”. Professor Butterworth’s the author of the book “The Mathematical Brain” and co-editor of “Educational Neuroscience”.Read More