Time on Task will teach you how to start an assignment right away and keep your attention on that assignment until completion. Ten minute assignments can now actually take ten minutes and not 3 hours!

The exercise begins with a warehouse scene, not unlike one might see at the back of any large grocery or department store.  In the foreground there's a truck, a stack of twelve wooden crates, and a man on a yellow forklift.  Once the student is focused, the man on the forklift will drive over to the stack of crates and pick one of them up.  As long as attention remains consistent, the man on the forklift will then carry the crate over to the truck and lay it down on the truck bed.  The objective of Time on Task Beginner is to be able to load all twelve crates onto the truck bed in five minutes or less.  Here's the catch, though.  If the student gets...

This Play Attention exercise increases the ability to focus on moving targets, which helps with anything from watching a teacher move about the classroom, to sports like baseball or football, or to activities like driving or riding a bike. Sustaining visual concentration in these types of endeavors increases the potential for learning and can positively affect safety.

Visual Tracking beginner, intermediate, and advanced end in 5, 6. & 7 minutes respectively.

In the Beginner skill option, the screen will shows 25 blocks arranged in a square five blocks tall by five blocks wide.  Once the game begins, random blocks will light up and beep in quick succession.  The student's objective is to click on these blocks as they light up and beep.  The more successful the student is, the longer the sequences will get.

In this way, the student is visually tracking from point...