What do expert think about Neurobeans Method

Expert participants who completed the Neurobeans training were asked for their opinion:

Neurobeans strengthened my belief that I can improve even when I thought that there was no way. It gave me an opportunity to develop my abilities, to sense and influence/effect my thoughts, and consequently my behaviour. I can generalize these changes and discoveries to other aspects of my life. You can improve the abilities you already have, and even potential ones which seemingly do not have anything to do with the training or prior aptitudes.
Marija Mohar,
It is a great tool for getting to know oneself better, and leads to an "I know I can do it" mentality. If a colleague of mine would try out this program, they could perhaps better understand the struggles of special-needs pupils.
Andreja Rop,
additional professional assistance teacher
Using the Neurobeans program, an individual can learn to block automatic/intrusive thoughts and to put more focus on the task at hand. Because the training lasts some time, every participant is faced with fluctuations in motivation levels/with swings in their motivation levels. This offers great potential for improving one's endurance and for getting to know oneself better. The training is supported/backed up by a mobile app which gives constant feedback throughout the course and helps the participant with their progress.
Andreja Petrovčič,
Neurobeans is an exercise which entails/encompasses/combines several important steps which are vital for progress (memory, concentration, full-body coordination, perseverance/persistence/endurance, focus on the task at hand, targeting, fun etc.). The most important aspect of the program is that pupils get to compete with themselves – not with others – and that they may expand beyond their prior personal boundaries.
Maja Habicht Gorički,
There are countless pupils with attention deficit disorders and hyperactivity who would benefit greatly from such a program. The training is designed/devised as a "game," an activity which involves movement that can further motivate pupils to carry out or begin with the training.
Karin Kovačič,
social pedagogue
The Neurobeans method is excellent for use in primary schools because it enables guided development of meta-awareness and self-awareness for both trainers and trainees. It opens up insight into the functioning and habits of the individual, allowing for effective planning and monitoring of personal goals and progress. Through a simple and user-friendly tool, it provides concrete, tangible feedback and enables individuals to confront themselves. The experience is transferable to other areas of life and can be expanded for the benefit of self-development and progress in all aspects. If I were writing in the language of sarcasm, I would certainly say that those who do not want change should avoid the Neurobeans method at all costs...
Maruša Gajić,
social pedagogue
The method seems very useful to me from the perspective of attention training, and even more so as a psychologist from the perspective of learning to recognize internal processes, feelings, and thoughts - a skill that is essential for effective functioning in relationships as well. A great method, very structured, that measures progress. I would recommend it to all professional profiles who work with children in education and upbringing.
Mikela Leon,
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