We are developing a product that can do a lot more for students than the No Child Left Behind Act. We need to give our students and future workforce every advantage to bring America back America's middle class.
New York, New York (PRWEB) February 18, 2015
Studies have shown that proficient bilinguals see higher earnings than others who speak only one language. In response, World Patent Marketing is entering the language education invention game with Dual Language Bingo.
"There is a huge education problem in this country." said Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing, "We are developing a product that can do a lot more for students than the No Child Left Behind Act. We need to compete globally. We need to give our students and future workforce every advantage to bring back America's middle class."
As the world shrinks, people from different backgrounds are encouraged to intermingle, and those that learn to adapt soon rise above the rest. Language is one aspect wherein people can adapt, and studies indicate that bilinguals make more money than others who speak only one language.
With this in mind, World Patent Marketing, the world’s fastest growing patent protection and inventor services organization, announces Dual Language Bingo, an education invention that enables students to learn two languages effectively through a set of tools, including, as the name suggests, a bingo game.
The idea that bilinguals make more money, however, isn’t the only reason it’s good to know more than one language. Research has shown that bilinguals are more resistant than others to brain deterioration brought on by advanced age.
Other studies have made a connection between multilingualism and the ability to multitask. This ability to juggle several tasks could help bilinguals make more money than their single-language colleagues. Multilingualism has also been connected with improved cognitive ability and more efficient brain function, which could, again, give bilinguals an edge over others.
Of course, one of the simplest explanations for bilinguals making more money than others could be that speaking more than one language opens up a wider array of career opportunities.
None of this really matters, however, unless people can actually learn more than one language. Dual Language Bingo combines a series of tools and activities, from flash cards and coloring books, to a bingo game, that are designed to engage different areas of the brain. While designed primarily for a classroom, Dual Language Bingo can also be utilized in several other environments, and can also be adapted to suit different age groups.
“I created Dual Language Bingo,” developer Dalia S. explains, with a focus on “making the learning process fun and engaging.” Thanks to World Patent Marketing, Dalia’s education invention can help many more become bilinguals.
About World Patent Marketing
World Patent Marketing is the world's fastest growing Patent and Inventor Services Company. World Patent Marketing specializes in offering high-quality and affordable patent services to inventors. The company and its employees are well known in the industry for knowledge and expertise in patent research, patent filings, patent searches, invention studies, utility patents, design patents, PCTs, European Union Patents, manufacturing, licensing and more. World Patent Marketing employs and contracts with over 350 people across four continents.
World Patent Marketing Achievements
World Patent Marketing is the only patent assistance company in history to be awarded a five star review rating from Consumer Affairs, Google, Trustpilot, Shopper Approved, Customer Lobby, Reseller Ratings and My3Cents.com. World Patent Marketing has received accredited status and is an A Rated Member of the Better Business Bureau. World Patent Marketing is also a proud member of Dun and Bradstreet, the US Chamber of Commerce, the Association for Manufacturing Excellence, the International Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association (LIMA), the South Florida Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, and the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce.