Pat Rosenbury received her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in education, drama, and mathematics in 1974, and her master’s degree in the reading and writing project from the University of California at Berkeley in 1991. She spent eighteen years teaching elementary, junior high and high school in Texas, Utah, Japan, India, the Philippines, and in the inner-city of Atlanta, Georgia.
Moving to Salt Lake City in 1995, she knew that the roots of learning difficulties were not in the academics, but in one’s learning style and brain processing efficiency. In the spring of 1996 she opened her own learning center utilizing her unique system of identifying and of developing one’s learning abilities and difficulties. Pat has assisted hundreds of clients ranging in ages from 4 to 87. Her program has received the endorsements of many, including pediatricians, educators, and NBA and NFL stars.
Her greatest joys have come from working with the children and youth in the community—whether in the Save the Children Program, with the United Way Organization, with the Juvenile Court System, through the Catholic Relief Organization, with the Head Start Program or in the programs of her church, Pat has always had a passion for the learning development of youngsters and young people. Her main goals: instill within the individual an understanding of who he/she really is and a joy for learning!
We love having Pat join us for activities. The kids have so much fun and all the while she is teaching them how to use their brains. Parents, you may want to sit in on one of Pat's classes. You will learn a lot about how the brain works, and get some ideas about how to help your kids turn on the connections in their brains.
You can contact Pat at 801-Im Smart. Or you can view her website by clicking Here