Getting good grades is important for kids, parents and educators. Young Rembrandts programs increase a child’s academic performance by supplementing & improving on many of their core learning skills. Visual literacy is a major component of this – the ability to interpret, negotiate and make meaning from information presented visually or from a picture.
For years, I have dedicated myself to helping parents create success for visual learners through the power of art, and understanding the Right Brain. My book, Being Visual published in 2012, brought massive attention to the issue that not all minds think alike. Join us for this one time FREE live event on February 7th!
In case you missed them on our Facebook page, here are our top posts in February! Be sure to LIKE the Bette Fetter Facebook page (if you haven’t already) to join in the conversation and to follow along as I share ideas and suggestions relevant to visual learners.
Music, songs and a basic rhythm can be something we take for granted… but what actually happens to us when we hear a piece of music? While each side experiences it differently, art would not be that same if you only experienced it from one side of the brain. So what’s your brain doing on music?
Both sides of the brain are essential in the experience of art. While each side experiences it differently, art would not be that same if you only experienced it from one side of the brain. Without the right brain to experience art, it would lose its beauty and meaning. Without the left-brain to organize it, art would be incomplete and incomprehensible.