The Learning Center Trap and Your Right-Brain Learner
A right-brain learner does best with right-brain programs
While others may say we help all students, we recognize that over 60% of the students today are right-brain learners who would benefit from an approach that teaches to their strengths, identifies and addresses their challenges, and improves their self-esteem and self-advocacy skills. They also want their parents to be the coach and advocate they need.
Right-brain learners can be very bright — but they often struggle with logical, sequential and auditory approaches. Reading comprehension has historically been the issue, but reading comprehension has become much more important with the new Florida State Standards or Common Core Standards. If your child is struggling you want to find out if your child learns differently and is a right-brain learner.
We have four kids, two of whom were right-brain learners — we took the traditional route for years, until we realized our right-brain learner needed a different approach to become a successful reader and student. We invested in a significant number of learning centers, until we got it right.
Our goal is to help parents of right-brain
Three sets of Boca Raton parents had similar experiences with Kumon (R), Sylvan Learning (R) and Huntington Learning Center
One child succeeded at Kumon and one did not succeed at Kumon
One child succeeded at Sylvan and one did not
One child succeeded at Huntington and one did not
We had the same experiences — tutors and learning centers
3 Boca Raton Parents found similar challenges. When the parents Googled Boca Raton Learning Center — they were baffled.
An array of Kumon, Huntington, Sylvan and traditional learning centers — but no mention of how your child learns best
At 3D Learner, our expertise is the bright right-brain learner, who often learns differently, has a combination of attention and/or eye-teaming issues, and often has challenges with self-esteem and self-advocacy. They do not realize that they learn differently, or that they have an eye-teaming issue.
What is different about our approach is that we start by providing you with a no cost:
– Copy of Mira’s book “Life is a Ball, Do Not Put Me in a Box” — that explains in a light-hearted way the gifts and challenges your child might be facing. In addition to having her Masters in Education and close to 40 years of educational experience, Mira is also a right-brain learner herself
– Success Assessment that screens for whether your child is a right-brain learner and whether your child has an attention and/or eye-teaming issue
– Strategy Session to help you to understand your child, their present level of performance and how you can make the difference
We believe our right-brain learners need a Parent Revolution for Right-Brain Learners, so can can work together to help parents to be Informed, Empowered and Proactive.
How can you get started:
– At our 3D Learner Homepage, you can both download “Life is a Ball, Do Not Put Me in a Box” and access the Success Assessment, you can do with your child
– Then if the shoe fits, call us for your no cost Strategy Session