Students use application to evaluate learning style


Julian Ingersoll, Reporter

Mindprint is a new application that helps students understand how they learn and how they can apply that self-discovery to improve their grades in school.

Learning coordinator Laura Doto advises the use of Mindprint and has helped her understand how her students learn.

This also helps students develop strategies on how they can learn better, whether it be time management to learning extra vocabulary.

“Over the years, I’ve had many students complete a Mindprint profile as a means to gauge whether it makes sense to refer a family for (the more expensive and time-consuming) neuropsychological evaluation with a clinical psychologist,” Ms. Doto said.

Mindprint helps students from elementary to college and has free learning resources such as tutors, coaches and therapists nearby.