3D Learning Teaches the Way a Bright Right-Brain Learner Learns Best
This article on 3D Learning discusses the use of 3D Learning or 3 Dimensional Learning is the development of products. This article focuses on 3D Learning for the bright right-brain learner, who learns best when he or she sees and experiences information.
Mom saw this picture and said, “my kid relies on visual information for almost everything! He is a 3D Learner who takes in information visually, and I wonder why schools do not use 3D Learning that teaches the way my child learns. Turns out 62% of the students learn best when the student sees and experiences information. What we have is a large number of right-brain learners in left-brain schools.
The world has gone visual, our kids today are more visual than ever, but our schools teach in a logical, sequential and auditory way that does not work for the bright right-brain learner, who learns best when he or she sees and experiences information
Is Your Child a 3D Learner Who Would Benefit from a 3D Learning Approach?
Does your child remember places visited, even from years ago?
Does your child remember details from movies, even if he or she missed the plot?
A child may remember different things people built and not get the plot that people who build intricate things have an incredible gift.
Is your child’s academic performance well below his or her potential?
Bright Right-Brain Learners Benefit from 3D Learning
Most tutors, learning centers and dyslexia treatments use a logical, sequential and auditory approach to teaching. This matches the way most teachers learn and the way they were taught in school.
What is does not match is the students they are teaching. The Legos (R) Kid is likely to be a 3D Learner, who learns best when he or she sees and experiences information. Parents of these students often find their child has 4, 5, 6 or 7 of the following characteristics. Does your child
– Learn best when he or she sees and experiences information?
– Have problems understanding the frequently use or sight words (e.g. what, but, if, and, the etc.) that do not generate a picture?
– Have difficulty remembering words they have seen and not mastered?
– Hyper-focus on that which interested him or her, but have difficulty focusing on that which is boring?
– Skip words and/or lines when reading?
– Take longer to process information than his or her peers? It takes much longer to process pictures versus words
– Have lower self-esteem than you would expect?
– Perform below his or her potential in reading comprehension, with math word problems and/or on standardized tests?
We are Mira and Mark Halpert. Mira has her Masters in Education, but we were unable to get our daughter the help she needed. Mira realized that our daughter needed a different and far more effective approach. With the 3D Learning approach Mira developed, our daughter was able to improve her reading comprehension 4.2 grade levels in 7 months. Our son was able to go from the 31st to the 74th percentile in reading.
Twenty years later, we know that 3D Learning works for the right-brain learner with some or all of the problems
To help parents, Mira has: written a book “Life is a Ball< Do Not Put Me in a Box” and developed a Success Assessment. You can access both at no cost at 3D Learner