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How to Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence Course

In this course, mothers and fathers learn how to teach in a joyous and relaxed way without the pressure and stress that we sometimes associate with our own education.

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Speak with one our experts. Our staff provide expert instruction to ensure that parents understand the basis and rationale of our programs.

Course & Programs

Newborn Course

The Newborn course focuses on teaching parents how to evaluate their baby’s progress and how to strengthen areas may be slow and enhance areas that are developing faster.


Janet Doman

Janet Doman has been the director of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential since 1980.

From a young age she worked side-by side with her father, Glenn Doman and her mother, Katie Doman, founders of The Institutes. She studied physical anthropology and neurophysiology at the University of Pennsylvania and Zoology at The University of Hull in England and then rejoined the staff of The Institutes in 1971.

Janet is the co-author of the best sellers How To Teach Your Baby To Read, How To Teach Your Baby Math, How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence, How Smart Is Your Baby?, and How To Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge. Janet and her team of child brain developmentalist wrote The Pathway to Wellness and The Pathway to Excellence. She authored the children’s book Enough, Inigo, Enough.

Janet is the co-author of multiple best sellers including How To Teach Your Baby To Read, How To Teach Your Baby Math, How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence, How Smart Is Your Baby?, and How To Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge. Janet and The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential have helped thousands of parents put their children on the pathway to excellence.

"If you care about giving your child his or her best shot in life
Invest the time in this course."
Mother, USA, Artist

65+ Years of Success Stories

About 20 years ago, I took the How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence Course at The Institutes. 

My son was 6 months back then. I couldn’t believe the loving and caring environment The Institutes creates for parents and kids, as well as as the wealth of knowledge you give.My son did very well with the reading and math programs. He started school advanced in both. He excelled throughout and won a full scholarship to all the universities he applied to in our state of Florida. All through middle school and high school, he “played with his computer” and taught himself how to be an IT consultant. At age 14, I would pick him up from school and drive him to his corporate clients.

Today, he’s 21 and fully self-supporting. He assists with local community human rights abuses and drives a nice car to his clients. He now charges more than double per hour than what I make as a nurse. He’s a model son and a joy to have around.

I give credit to the early childhood program I did with him. The How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence Course is so important to all parents and children everywhere. The course has meant so much to my family.

By Janie W., Florida

25 ways to enrich your child's life
25 ways to enrich your child's life
I wanted to thank you for the wonderful program and materials you offer. 
There are three things I have learned from reading your books and watching your videos:
1) teaching is about giving information freely, lovingly, and without expectation; 
2) my child has a natural desire to learn that far, far exceeds what traditional educational systems will have one believe; 
3) stopping a lesson before a child wants to stop ensures that he will be left thirsting for more.
These lessons have reaped tremendous results. I have been applying your encyclopedic knowledge principles by making flashcards on different subjects. My son, at 2 ½ years old, can name 28 composers on sight, and identify the music of 17 of them on his own just by listening. He can also tell you when a cello is playing and when a French horn takes the stage. He will tell you that he doesn’t care for Robert Schumann, but that he loves Aaron Copeland and Dmitri Shostakovich. He can identify and distinguish an octagon from a hexagon, in addition to the more basic shapes. He can name all the planets in our solar system, and also share that he likes Jupiter the best, and that it is the largest planet. His vocabulary rivals that of some fourth graders – he easily uses words like “marvelous,” “oscillate,” and “oxidize” correctly when discussing ideas and concepts. We just received the Great Art Masterpiece cards and already he wants to draw a picture “like Van Gogh” using vibrant colors.
So thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for your program and materials. My daily joy in seeing my child flourish cannot be articulated in words.

“Hammer throw is a discipline that requires extreme coordination, balance, strength, and even endurance, both mental and physical. Looking back, I am certain that without the early mental and physical training I received thanks to The Institutes’ Early Development Program and International School I would not be where I am today. The International School students are trained to be physically, socially, and intellectually excellent individuals, well balanced across all three areas.

I first began to notice the differences among my peers in my ability to manage my  time, something that for any college student is invaluable, but especially for a student-athlete who was also working part-time to be debt-free upon college graduation. Not only was I better at time management, but also I was able to retain information with ease. I am able to study in one hour what takes my peers 2 or 3 hours to study; without doubt, this is thanks to my superior reading and information retention skills obtained through the intellectual program.

I honestly cannot find the words to express my infinite gratitude not only to my wonderful parents, John and Susanna, who chose the difficult path of dedication and helped both me and my brother along our respective paths through life, but also to the teachers of the Evan Thomas Institute who helped shaped me into the athlete and person I am today.”

Victoria Di Castro Horn, Professional Hammer Thrower, ACSI Italia Atletica, ETI Class of 2006

25 ways to enrich your child's life

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