Change Your Brain, Change Your Future!
Recent brain research tells us that the brain has plasticity, or the ability to change with training. Through intensive training that “stretches” an individual's thinking, chemical and physical changes can occur in the brain. Because we know this kind of “neuro-rehabilitation” is possible, we also know that with the right tools and strategies, new, higher functioning neuropathways can be developed to permanently improve student's overall processing and performance.
Recent experiments have demonstrated the possibility that stimulation of the right angular gyrus is the cause of out-of-body experiences .  Stimulation of the left angular gyrus in one experiment caused a woman to perceive a shadowy person lurking behind her. The shadowy figure is actually a perceived double of the self.  Another such experiment gave the test subject the sensation of being on the ceiling. This is attributed to a discrepancy in the actual position of the body, and the mind's perceived location of the body.
Prairie – a temperate grassland (and a kind of steppe) usually found in North America; herds of bison live on the prairie
Savannah – a type of tropical grassland that might get all its rainfall in one season (summer or winter); the grasslands of Africa are mostly savannahs, where lions, zebras, elephants and giraffes live
Steppe – a temperate or tropical grassland that only has trees near lakes and rivers; located in places including southern Russia, central Asia, southern South America, the central United States and western Canada
Veld – a term used to describe the grasslands in southern Africa; the Veld has nature reserves where cheetahs, lions, antelopes and hippopotami live
Pampas – grasslands in South America that include Uruguay and parts of Brazil and Argentina; the maned wolf and greater rhea live in the Pampas