New York, NY (PRWEB) July 20, 2012
With more children taking school gifted and talented tests, parents increasingly seek ways to help their children perform well. Aristotle Circle, the leading international education advisory and tutoring company, has created a new NNAT® Level A Workbook for children preparing for the test. In keeping with its best selling product line, the Aristotle Circle NNAT® Level A Workbook is a comprehensive and detailed guide that promotes learning through play and consists of over 350 practice questions as well as suggested activities for further practice. The workbook is ideal for families who want to prepare their children for the NNAT® Level A in a fun and interactive way.
“It’s fun and challenging for kids,” said Janet Roberts, Director of Product Development at Aristotle Circle. “Parents can use this workbook to help their child prepare for a gifted and talented admissions exam or simply as a way to enrich their child's primary learning experiences. It will give families confidence knowing that there will be no surprises and that they will know what to expect on the exam.”
The workbook was developed by Aristotle Circle educational experts. The experts developed a comprehensive and engaging workbook based on the core skills required for the NNAT® Level A with feedback directly from children. The NNAT® is a culturally-neutral, nonverbal measure of reasoning and problem solving abilities. This test does not require English language skills or mathematics; it contains problems that primarily use geometric shapes and pictures.
“The Naglieri Nonverbal Abilities Test® (NNAT)® serves as a wonderful general resource for families and can be used at any time of the year,” said Janet Roberts.
The NNAT® Level A workbook also includes:
- Descriptions of the 4 different subtests
- A guide on how to interpret the scores
- Suggested lesson plans on how to use your preparation time until test day
- 150+ NNAT® questions that are structured and presented in a way that is similar to those on the test
- The only full-length practice test and performance guidelines
- 200+ skill-building activities to help develop general reasoning skills
- Tips to help your child build problem-solving strategies
- Full examples and explanations of how to go through each type of NNAT® question
- Suggested activities and games that can be easily incorporated into daily life
- 80 monster stickers to encourage persistence and promote learning through play
The Naglieri Nonverbal Abilities Test® (NNAT)® Level A workbook can be purchased at http://store.aristotlecircle.com for $149 or on Amazon.
Aristotle Circle also announced the hiring of Janet Roberts as Director of Product Development. Ms. Roberts will lead the development of educational products and services for children ranging in age from Pre-School through high school graduation. “We harness our network of experts to deliver superior products and services to families and students who need help navigating all aspects of the education and admissions processes,” stated Suzanne Rheault, Aristotle Circle CEO and Founder. “We are thrilled to have an international educator of Ms. Roberts’ caliber leading development of our new products and services.”
Ms. Roberts has ample experience working with schools and educational companies in the United States, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. She has taught and developed both academic and corporate training programs for students of all ages. She has guided domestic and international students through their academic careers, developed curriculum and teacher training programs to effectively help their students achieve their goals. Ms. Roberts holds a Master of Science in Educational Research from Oxford University, a Bachelor of Education from Hong Kong University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Education.
About Aristotle Circle
Aristotle Circle’s mission is to unlock the power and passion of students by delivering personal guidance and educational support. Working with a national network of recognized experts, Aristotle Circle specializes in school admissions, financial aid advice, peer mentoring and tutoring, athletic coaching and fine arts enrichment. All services are flexible, allowing for as little as one hour of expert time, and personalized for each student.