The program is based on J.P. Guilford’s Structure of Intellect (SOI) theory of Human Intelligenceto the field of education.
This program works on developing 90 different cognitive abilities among children. This is arguably the most comprehensive and holistic cognitive development program available to mankind.
Focuses on developing five major areas of Problem Solving;Critical Thinking & Decision Making; Comprehension; Memory and Creativity.
It’s an 80 hour intervention program which requires sustained effort with each child to help them improve in areas where they need attention.
SOI as a program and its contents come customised for each child to meet his/her developmental needs. It is not one size fits all which makes it unique from others.
It’s a fun filled program with lots of workbook and computer activities followed by play therapies to learn the practical application of it. Children find it a stress buster and just love to attend the sessions
SOI as a product is in existence for the last 60 years. SOI has proven over a period of time that not only can the Intellectual Abilities be identified but they could be taught and developed too. It has seen the test of time and has helped transform millions of lives.
SOI has its presence world over. The program is available in U.S., Canada, Mexico, Germany, Japan, South Africa, Singapore & India.
Every child can benefit by enrolling into SOI program. It has customised content to challenge the “Gifted” Learners, a separate program for “Average and Above Average Learners” and a dedicated program for “Special need Learners” as well.
SOI program is conducted by trained “SOI - Learning Specialists” with U.S. Certification to maintain high service standards.
Dr. Mary Meeker, the founder of SOI, has been awarded with “Education Leader of the Year” award in 1981. She was selected by the U.S. Office of Education as one of the five social scientists whose work held promise for education in the next century.
Dr. Mary Meeker has also been a proud winner of E. Paul Torrance Award, given to her posthumously in 2004. This award is to acknowledge and reward significant contributions of individuals whose work facilitates the enhancement and spread of creativity, especially among gifted children and who are themselves creative thinkers.