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AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY INDIA

Activates hidden brain power

AIAI is the pioneer of Intelligence Enhancing Education

Realize Your Potential.

With rich and engaging methodologies for brain competency development, AIAI gives you the power to raise interest and achievement for every student. Schools across the world are overcoming real challenges and building brighter futures using the innovative Phonemic IntelligenceSM (PI) Program.

What is Phonemic IntelligenceSM?

Phonemic IntelligenceSM is a revolutionary intelligence enhancing education technology to empower students for greater academic and career success. It works by activating key parts of the brain that are involved with learning, memory and behavior.

Phonemic IntelligenceSM addresses the growing problem of learning inability amongst students caused by a multitude of factors related to congenital and environmental conditions, as well as ethnic backgrounds- leading to poor academic performance. In addition, PI is helping successful students to boost into new levels of achievement and enlarge their goals.

This technology was developed by Dr. Baskaran Pillai, a US-based International thought leader and philanthropist, in association with leading brain scientists and researchers.

Classroom teaching as well coaching by private tutors, fails due to inadequacies of optimal functioning of the student’s learning areas of the brain. Phonemic IntelligenceSM is an Intelligence Enhancing Education that addresses this problem at its root.

PROGRAM

Quick Overview: The Phonemic IntelligenceSM (PI) Program consists of a comprehensive program spanning 9 months of the school year with 3 levels each of 3 months duration.

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CONTACT US

AIAI
Attention: Ms. Colleen Wells
SP-75, Sidco Industrial Estate Ambattur, Chennai 600 058 Tamil Nadu,
India

Telephone: +09500134213
Email: support@aiai.co.in

PI FOUNDER

“When students can’t understand math or science or any other subject, don’t blame them, nor the teachers, nor the private tutors. The problem lies in the inadequacy of certain areas of the brain associated with learning. Those areas need to be activated.”

BaskaranPillai
Dr. Baskaran Pillai