Diagnosing Student as a Right-Brain Learner or a 3D Learner would be far more empowering than a label of Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities &/or ADHD
For years we read reports that labeled students with learning disabilities, dyslexia, and ADHD, when the student was a right-brain learner or 3D Learner — who learned best when he or she saw and experienced information. Fortunately, the tide is turning and ….
More Psychologist Are Identifying Students as a Right-Brain Learner or a 3D Learner
The young man had a 136 IQ and did not respond to either two dyslexia treatments or ADHD medication. Mom went to another psychologist and got a different diagnosis — a right-brain learner, who had gifted excitability. 3D Learner was recommended. With our right-brain program that played to his strengths, he started to excel in reading, math and science.
More private psychologists are identifying the right-brain learner, but sometimes it is missed. We have rarely seen a school report identify a learning difference or a right-brain learner.
Too often people focus on a student’s weaknesses. As Einstein said,
At 3D Learner, our specialty is with students who learn best when he or she sees and experiences information – we call them, 3D Learners — others may label them as right-brain learners, visual-spatial learners or students who learn differently. We help gifted students; we help students with dyslexia, learning disabilities and ADHD; and we help students without labels and those with more significant disabilities.
The common link is that most of our students learn differently and have some combination of attention, eye-teaming, working memory, processing speed and/or related issues.
What are the key questions to ask that might identify a right-brain learner with the potential to do far better:
– Does the student remember places visited, even from years ago?
– Does the student learn best when he or she sees and experiences information?
– Is the academic performance well below the student’s potential?
We offer a much more comprehensive Success Assessment at 3D Learner, This screens for a learning difference and attention, eye-teaming and related challenges.
For more information on how we help your child or students who might be a right-brain learner you can call us at 561-361-7495.