A Right-Brain Program for Your Right-Brain Learner
Discovering that your child is a right-brain learner can change your child’s life and yours. Few people are aware that 65% of the students today are right-brain learners, who learn best when he or she sees and experiences information.
Sandra was like many of the parents we see. Her daughter had an above average IQ, was verbally strong, but reading comprehension was the issue. She took her child’s schools advice and took her daughter to a psychologist.
The psychologist found her daughter had learning disabilities, dyslexia and ADHD. He also added she appeared to be a right-brain learner — who learned best when she saw and experienced information. That fit her daughter.
Note, it is not unusual for a right-brain learner not to be identified by schools or psychologists.
The recommendations were for a phonics-based program and ADHD medication. He added, “she might benefit from a school that specializes in students with dyslexia and ADHD. Mom said to the psychologist, “Several of my friends have tried phonics-based programs with their child with limited success. Even more of my friends have been frustrated with ADHD medication. The private schools for students with dyslexia also appear to be quite expensive. Are there options that you know of that teach my right-brain learner with a right-brain program.
He mentioned 3D Learner. Paraphrasing what he said, “They use a hands-on program that works for kids who learn differently, they use the Interactive Metronome (R) to improve attention and they have had some very good results with a number of students.”
Mom first went on our 3D Learner website at and took our Success Assessment. She was not surprised that her daughter learned differently or that she had an attention issue. What did surprise her was that her daughter had many characteristics that indicated she had an eye-teaming issue – even though the eye doctor had indicated there was no issue. Her daughter got tired when reading, her eyes hurt and when her daughter answered the 15 questions posed, many of the answers confirmed a problem
Mom called and asked about dyslexia and learning disabilities. We acknowledged that both existed and we would agree with the diagnosis, but we tend to focus on teaching to the student’s strengths.
Our assessment confirmed her daughter was a right-brain learner and that she had both an attention and eye-teaming issue.
With the 3D Learner Program (R) and parent support, her daughter was able to go from the worst reader in her class to the best reader in her class, she learned to love reading and homework time was decreased by 60%. Better yet, she blossomed into an extrovert and a very successful young lady.
We know that many students identified with dyslexia, learning disabilities and ADHD are right-brain learners. Even more smart struggling students not identified with these conditions are right-brain learners. If your child fits this profile, visit the smart struggling child.
We have helped hundreds of private school students go from Stress to Success in Months Not Years – when dyslexia, learning disabilities or ADHD had been identified or considered.
We recommend you screen first to see if your child is a right-brain learner — right-brain learners often do best when they are engaged, taught to their strengths and where their challenges are identified and addressed.