If your child struggles with reading comprehension, standardized tests & homework, we can help!
Smart Struggling Students
Smart struggling students are often tested for dyslexia or learning disabilities. Once ruled out, there is not an attempt to find the student’s strengths. We’ve found that many smart, struggling students are right-brained learners, whose major challenge is a learning difference.
Students who are difficult to diagnose may learn differently and/or have developmental delays. They can find themselves in learning environments where potential is limited. We help you change this by giving you a learning system that is proven to help unlock true potential for success.
Schools are built to teach logical and sequential left-brain learners. What happens if your child is a right-brain learner who thinks out of the box and thinks creatively? 3D Learner offers right-brain training for success in months not years
Right-brain learners often struggle academically with reading comprehension, math word problems and standardized test scores.
Outside of schools, right-brain learners often struggle with time management, homework and anxiety.
With the much more rigorous Common Core Standards and Assessments now being utilized, the academic and anxiety challenges are likely to sky rocket.
What makes 3D Learner different is our focus on right-brain training, identifying and addressing challenges and working with parents to make the difference
To understand your child’s unique abilities and celebrate their learning differences, read Mira’s book Life is a Ball, Don’t Put Me in a Box. Just complete the form on the right for free access.
3 Things You Can Do To Help Your Right-Brain Learner
- To better understand how your child learns, and how you can capitalize on those strengths, DOWNLOAD Mira’s short, uplifting book “Life is a Ball, Don’t Put Me in a Box.”
- Take our no cost Online Success Assessment. It will help you see if your child is a right-brain learner and whether your child has an attention, eye-teaming and/or related issue
- After taking the assessment, give us a call and ask us your questions. We’ll help you better understand what your child is dealing with, and what you can do to make a positive difference.