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ACME stands for Application Concept Memory Enhancement. Our motto is to enable the student to Explore, Expand and Excel in their studies.

How do we Enhance Application, Conceptual and Memory?
Application Skill:
E-labs, simulation videos, hands-on activities, instantaneous revision and practice test are involved in almost all the sessions which help the students to enhance their ability to score more marks.
Conceptual Skill:
Our team comprises highly qualified and certified teachers, college professors, subject professionals in various subjects etc. These team members are fully dedicated and enhance the conceptual skill of school & college students using intuitive learning methodology. All of our tutors are rigorously trained through our Certification Program ensuring high standards for safety, quality and expertise.
Memory Skill:
Proved technique to improve student’s memory through mind maps. Mind maps condense information to key works and visual images, enabling a large amount of information to be recorded on one sheet of paper.
People react to and learn from situations in different ways. They study better in an environment that matches their way of learning. When the environment is favorable in a classroom it leads to an improvement in the student's performance. Therefore, to optimize the learning of a person it is important to find out his/her characteristic style of learning and then match the learning environment to his/her style. 

The Learning Styles Discovery (LSD) is a test that assesses the characteristic learning style of a person. Once the learning style is identified, the instructional strategies or work practices can be devised to gear towards enhancing the learning or working ability of that person.
ACME has devised LSD tests for both Indian adults and children on the basis of Kolb's Learning Style Inventory. The children's LSD is a path-breaking application to determine how children learn. We have designed, constructed and validated the test suitable for children ranging from the age group of 10 to 18 years. The LSD tests have been found to be highly consistent and valid.
What ACME does after finding the Learning Style of a Student?
Make a note of the school syllabus of the particular subject(s) for which the student needs help with. Analyze the syllabus they learn in their school.
Teach them the same in a way that it suits the student’s learning style.
Regular Assessments to see whether the students understand the concept well.
For Visual Learners:
We use highlighters and colored pens. Visual learners like color on the page. Fancy text, different shapes and graphics appeal to them. Colors make the work more interesting.
We keep the room quiet. Many visual learners like quiet when they are trying to concentrate. Noise can distract them from the words on the page.
We train visual learners to picture information in their heads. Create lists and diagrams to represent material they need to learn. When they try to recall information later, they can visualize the lists and pictures to remember the facts they learned.
We teach them to spell by picturing words in their head. Visual learners should look at a word, look away, visualize the word and then write it down. They see to learn so showing them spelling words on paper helps them remember.
We make flash cards for visual learners. Use colorful pens and different styles of writing. You can add photos or diagrams on the back to create a visual picture.
We teach math by writing facts on paper or by making flashcards. Encourage visual learners to study facts, memorize them and then write them down.
Visual learners also like jokes and riddles.
For Auditory Learners:
We teach auditory learners by using sounds, music and speech. They remember new information best by hearing it. Words stick in their memory so teach them by speaking out loud.
We tell students how to do something instead of showing them. We tell them step by step because they remember verbal instructions best. Also, we explain how to use something instead of just showing them. The words they hear will stick in their memories.
We keep music in the room. Auditory learners like sound when they are trying to concentrate. Some even prefer to work near others or with a television on. A quiet room can be distracting to them.
We train auditory learners to read things out loud. Tell them to read books to a pet or to listen to stories on tape. They may forget a story if they only read the words on a page.
We teach them to spell by saying words out loud and hearing each sound. We teach them to look at a word and say the word out loud. We then say each letter out loud, look away, remember what it sounds like and spell it out loud.
We make jingles for remembering facts or use each letter of a word to make a rhyme. We teach auditory learners to remember lists by creating rhymes with each first letter in the list.
We teach math by reciting facts out loud. Auditory learners like to hear the question and the answer out loud. Flashcards work great with this group.
For Kinesthetic Learners:
We teach kinesthetic learners by showing them how to do something. They like to learn by using their hands. They remember new information by watching others and then trying things themselves. They need to tinker to figure it out.
We use letter tiles and magnetic letters to teach spelling. Kinesthetic learners remember words by touching the letters and moving them around. Some like to trace each letter with their fingers.
We keep lessons short and offer little breaks in between each part. They are physical people who need to take breaks and move around.
We play games. Play spelling games, board games and flashcards. We use our e-labs to teach language and math. When kinesthetic learners use their hands, they learn.
We make flash cards with kinesthetic learners. Let them write the words on the cards themselves. Writing down information onto cards helps they remember facts.
We teach math by finding things to count. Kinesthetic learners need to move objects around. They also learn math by writing out facts.
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