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If you let your gifted child daydream, he or she will achieve synthesis. Say your daughter is good in math. After working a series of difficult problems, she should let her mind wander off. This activates the right brain and … Continue reading
Years ago I discovered with my own cello playing that I shouldn’t try to build today’s practice session on what I learned yesterday. I always played better if I forgot about everything and just attuned myself to present sensations. When … Continue reading
In The Right Brain, author Thomas Blakeslee states, “…each half of the brain has its own separate train of conscious thought and its own memories…while the left brain tends to think in words, the right brain thinks directly in sensory … Continue reading
If your gifted child is a daydreamer, he or she is almost certainly a right-brain learner. Therefore it’s necessary to nurture this style of thought, since right-brain learners are often misunderstood and made to learn in ways that actually work … Continue reading
Although the primary symptom of right brain activity is a drifting mind, this seemingly aimless activity produces its own kind of focus. Many details, images, and ideas swirl around in this hemisphere which specializes in global thinking. All can be … Continue reading