right brain learning
Tablets and phones can be utilized as valuable teaching tools for your children, their mobility means they can go anywhere a child does and a great way to encourage your children to be tech savvy. We’ve curated a list for you. Here are 7 of my favorite literacy apps.
Visual kids need more information about the concept of math before they can be successful with the computation. They are whole to part learners.
After-school programming is essential for the survival of our current, innovative, technology driven society. We need to encourage those out of the box thinkers in our schools to continue to develop those skills and help our linear process thinkers embrace their creative sides.
Do you want your child to go from “I hate math” to “I love math?” Do you want them to have that teacher – the one that makes it so fun, so attainable – that it changes their entire attitude? My friend Lynn is one of those remarkable teachers, the kind you and your child will always remember.
Are you wondering why your intelligent, creative visual learner is struggling with math? Well, first of all, there is nothing wrong with her. Traditional math education methods require a lot of memorization and drills. There’s a focus on computation. They teach the process rather than the whole concept. This is not how your visual kid learns!