Recently, a new Young Rembrandts franchisee told me something awesome about her son’s university… Virginia Tech instituted a rule where all notetaking was to be done by hand. No laptops. No keyboarding of any kind. Just good old paper and pencil. (I assume pens are allowed. Haha.)
The new school year brings with it more structure, busy schedules, a multitude of events and activities, and of course homework, dreaded homework. When the kids go back to school, it means we all go back to school. Like it or not, you need to adjust just about everything you did over summer, for your kids to get what they need for school. It’s all for the best and there’s a big payoff, especially for visual kids and parents.
I, like many others, thought learning was learning and art was there as a benefit—an enrichment. As an artist myself, I had always enjoyed participating in art class alongside my other studies. But, I now realize I had grossly underestimated the power and value of art as it relates to education.
I’m getting excited for my FREE online LIVE EVENT tomorrow at 1pm CST. It’s not too late to join me if you haven’t already! I have been working tirelessly to find the best information to help you figure out why your kids are under performing in school and give you great ways to finally reach them and break the cycle.
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!