Presentations, Interviews & Speaking Engagements
Inclusive Education Network Podcast in Southern California
Inclusive Education Project is a non-profit led by Vickie Brett and Amanda Selogie, a team of civil rights attorneys on a mission to educate and empower our community to ensure all children are given equal opportunities to educational services. The podcast, titled “Cognition & Academic Excellence” explains some common misconceptions about learning struggles and gaps in the educational system to serve students adequately.
World Bank President Kim & COGx Featured in Dubai
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim launches the Global Education Platform at the World Government Summit. COGx Executive Director, Javier Arguello, is invited to speak at the event. After the presentation Dubai Eye interviews Javier Arguello to get his reaction on the platform launched by Mr. Kim.
Founder of COGx on Cognition, Learning & ADHD
COGx Founder and Executive Director, Javier Arguello, has advocated for universal access to cognitive assessments and personalized learning that includes teaching the science of learning and enhancing learning ability by targeting cognition since launching COGx. In this TEDx from 2013, Javier advocates for schools to adopt universal access to cognitive assessments to understand how our student’s learn and as a prerequisite to teaching. Once we understand their unique learning profile, we can effectively address their learning differences. Only then, can we claim to be educating our students to become independent lifelong learners.
COGx partners with Montgomery College, as featured in President's Innovation Leadership Initiative
Montgomery College, based in the State of Maryland (United States), is an open access public education institution with nearly 50,000 students enrolled. Every year the college selects an innovative initiative to pursue, which can be implemented with an industry partner.
COGx was chosen as the partner to integrate services to improve teaching and learning outcomes for the students. Through the partnership, we are assessing students to provide programs that target cognition to improve learning.