Can You Boost Learning & Concentration Through Music?

A study done by Stanford University showed that music has a direct link with the brain, affecting areas to do with memory, making predictions and paying attention. If you have a learning difference, this could be extremely relevant. Learning differences are related to attention, concentration and processing, which can result in problems prioritising and completing tasks, as well as an overall feeling of “losing time.” So how can listening to music help with this?

“Once Upon a Time …” – Reading to Children Makes Them Happy and Smart!

Exciting, funny, disturbing, romantic and sometimes sad … For hundreds of years, stories have provided entertainment for all age groups. Stories are of great importance in the development of our children as they not only arouse emotions but also allow us to access empathy. We put together a collection of exciting links, events and get you thinking about what reading aloud could do for you and your children.

Dybuster Undertakes Next Growth Step

Dybuster is thrilled to announce that we are joining the SIT Alemira family. As you may already know Dybuster AG is a Swiss developer of evidence-based, AI-driven inclusive learning software for schools and we have taken the decision to join SIT Alemira to support worldwide distribution, as well as to enhance product and software development.

Emmen School Uses Dybuster Software With All Ages

Emmen is a town in the canton of Lucerne and the public school is made up of a primary and a secondary school. The secondary school has a computer room as well as four desktop computers per classroom and there are also a number of laptops that are shared among classes, which means the students can practice on Dybuster software at school or in their own home.

The Schools that use Dybuster Software: Fehraltdorf

We would like to introduce a few of the schools where teachers and students use our software to help them achieve an inclusive learning environment. Our first portrait is of the public school in Fehraltorf, Switzerland. Fehraltorf is a small town in the canton of Zurich in Switzerland. The public school is made up of primary and secondary schools.

Hands Up! Why We Should Promote Visual Arithmetic

It is well known that schools tend to put mental arithmetic skills above visual ones, as something like counting with your fingers is seen as a weakness in one’s calculation abilities. Educators and scientists have been tackling this obsolete cliché with research and scientific reports that seem to prove that visual aids are more than just helpful in the learning process.