THE ENGAGED INTELLIGENCE TRAINING PROGRAM
In its original form, the Engaged Intelligence Training Program was primarily experiential and language-based. However, the course has also been adapted for non-verbal applications to specific learning needs (special education classrooms; vocational-education classes; etc.). We are also developing an entirely experiential version of this program for individuals whose jobs do not primarily require language-based skills (managers, assemblers, quality controllers, computer programmers, analysts, graphic artists, etc.).
If you attend a course presented for teachers or corporate trainers, you will receive theoretical information, as well as experiencing generic exercises. You may be able to apply most of these exercises as is--or adapt them in other forms (even non-verbal forms) to the particular needs of your students or clientele. This program in an adapted form is effective with learning disabled students, as well as some students with below-normal intelligence. It is also effective for individuals who are language impaired, or who have not yet learned how to speak English. Certain aspects of the Engaged Intelligence program can be adapted for very young children.
On the following page, the course outline for Engaged Intelligence is provided with hot-links to the first page of each section. Though we have not included sample exercises, be assured that each section of the Engaged Intelligence program provides simple explanations and extensive exercises and other opportunities for practicing and