Right-Brain Learners Do Well with a Right-Brain Program
A Right-brain program teaches the way a right-brain learner learns — with a visual-experiential approach. Breakthroughs are more likely to happen when a program is consistent with how your child learns. As a right-brain program, 3D Learner also recognizes that our students can make significant gains in a relatively short period of time, but
A right-brain program relies on a Mom on a Mission to find the program, because virtually all school-based programs are left-brain programs — logical, sequential and auditory. To find out if your child learns differently, take our Success Assessment, get immediate feedback and give us a call for how you can make the difference.
For more information on how you can help your right-brain learner, read our new book “The 3D Learner, Transform Stress to Outrageous Success for Your Child”.
Everything we do, every success we help students achieve, is based on our core belief that our program must be tailored to teach the way our students learn.
Once we know how your child actually learns, we can tailor coaching and training to support an individual learning style. When this happens, it’s as if the barrier that stands between your child and academic performance is torn down.
And quite often, this barrier comes down instantly. It is as if your child suddenly steps into a new world of learning that is understandable and enjoyable.
With new learning skills, your child is able to break through. Reading is no longer a struggle, but a joy. Confidence builds, and all the promise you saw in your child is fulfilled.
The Right Assessment Should Screen for a Right-Brain Learner and Lead to a Right-Brain Program where appropriate
We use an assessment to find out the way your child learns best.
Most educators use assessments to find out what’s wrong, or what’s missing in the learning process.
We have found it is more productive to use an assessment to identify strengths so these strengths can be built on, and used as a new foundation for life-long learning.
When we can show your child how to expand on these learning strengths, frustrating obstacles that have been holding your child back are overpowered. Instead of being forced into an uncomfortable way of learning, where the struggles remain, the process becomes natural, comfortable, and powerful.
Be Critical in Screening to Find Out if Your Child is a Right-Brain Learner and in Pursuing a Right-Brain Program
We are all in this journey together.
The starting point is to screen to see if your child is a right-brain learner and to discover what holds your child back — attention, eye-teaming or related issues
If your child is a right-brain learner, consider a right-brain program that teaches to your child’s strengths, while identifying and addressing your child’s challenges
The right right-brain program will guide you on how to be the coach and advocate your child needs
To find out if your child learns differently, take our Success Assessment, get immediate feedback and give us a call for how you can make the difference.
A Right-Brain Program will also help a middle or high school student.
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.