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An Introduction to the Creative Right-Brained Learner

“She’s smart, but lazy.” “He’s living below his potential.” These are some of the comments a parent of a right-brained learner may hear about their child in regard to their learning process. This creative learner is often later in developing … Continue reading

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Bookworms

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I was called “the bookworm” in my family of birth.  Two of my siblings were considered “not good at reading,” and the other “didn’t bother.”  I remember each of us children received a label maker as our only “fun gift” … Continue reading

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Naturally Learning with Books

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One of my hopeful goals I had for my children’s learning lives is that they would all learn to love reading. Of myself and my three siblings, I was the only one that appeared to love books. My mother’s love … Continue reading

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Learning to Read with Sight Words

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I believe there might be a misconception about how a creative, right-brained person learns to read with sight words. From my understanding, when the words “sight words” comes up at school, most often what is being referred to are those … Continue reading

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Your Child Might Be Right-Brained If …

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I thought it might be useful to list some common traits brought up by parents wondering if their child is a right-brained dominant learner. The most important reason that I share the right-brained information is to help adults shift perspective … Continue reading