Cognitive reasoning refers to the use of mental activities and skills to perform tasks such as learning, reasoning, understanding, remembering, paying attention, and more.
Functional Skills are the essential skills needed for English and math, and are vital for young people and adults to participate in life, learning and work.
The ability to selectively process information (attention) and to retain information in an accessible state (working memory) are critical aspects of our cognitive capacities.
Reading comprehension is the ability to process text, understand its meaning, and to integrate it with what the reader already knows.
Grammar is the set of structural rules that govern the composition of sentences, phrases, and words. For example, how to conjugate verbs and put them into sentences. Vocabulary is the set of words that are familiar within a language.
Almost all people have experienced a “tip of the tongue” moment when coming up with a
desired word was extremely difficult or maybe even impossible at the very moment the
word was needed. In the most classic sense, a word retrieval problem represents
temporary difficulty gaining access to and retrieving a known and understood word.
Programs that are designed to help people verbally converse.