right brain learning
School has definitely changed these last couple weeks. The good news is that our right brain thinkers may have a new opportunity to show what awesome learners they really are! Adapt these tips for relieving the overwhelm of homework to help your right brain thinker both stay on task and learn to love this new school set up.
Now that you’ve read in depth about what each side of the brain does well and taken the quiz to figure out which side of the brain is driving your child, let me give you a reference guide to help you keep their strengths in mind in your daily lives.
“I’m not smart. I’m not like the other kids. How come I don’t get good grades like they do? …I’m just not smart like they are.” If you have a visual learner, chances are you have heard a version of this once or twice when your child gets home from school. It’s heartbreaking.
In episode 2 of Living Life as a Visual Thinker, I describe the traits and qualities of left and right brain thinkers. Join me as I explain how left and right brain thinking works and the difference between the two.
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.
The school year is off and running and you have probably gotten into a routine with homework, reading, chores, etc. But if you’ve noticed your child getting a little tired of school already, it’s not too late to download my free eBook and get the ten ways to make learning fun again.