Every second, our brains are learning far more than we realize. Right now you are learning the flickering of the lights, the sound of the air conditioning fan, the sounds and images of everything around you. More than likely, your brain automatically removes or pares down all of these extraneous data and leaves just my voice.

For people with exceptionalities, this paring of unimportant information is not automatic. On a neurological level, the brains of people with autism are larger than the typical person, making it possible for them to learn and store tremendous amounts of information, but much less capable of using that information. Discrete video modeling does the paring of information for the student. It presents ONLY the specific piece of information that we want to convey.

How it works

Due to the repetition, visual and auditory paring, and other filming techniques developed over 15 years of research, we can present more important information than thought possible at one time and it is still retained.

Video Modeling vs. Discrete Video Modeling

To demonstrate how Gemiini’s discrete video modeling is able to teach more effectively than standard video modeling, watch these two videos in Chinese. After watching each video ask yourself:

  • Did you feel your own mouth wanting to move with the speakers?
  • Can you pronounce the words in Chinese?
  • Do you understand what he is talking about?

It is this unique and holistic approach to learning that has changed the lives of thousands of families across the globe. Check out what some of them had to say.

Standard Video Modeling

Gemiini’s Discrete Video Modeling

The Evidence

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