CHILDREN TEND TO USE THE DOMINANT RIGHT BRAIN

CHILDREN TEND TO USE THE DOMINANT RIGHT BRAIN Jan 2, ’09 10:15 PM
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Characters practitioners:
1. Priscilla Vail, Smart Kids with the school problem.1980
2. John Philo Dixon, The Spatial Child, 1983, Laying the foundations style learning.
3. David Elkind The hurried child: growing up to fast too soon, 1989
4. Alvin Toffler: The Future Shock, New York , 1991
5. Thomas G West, In the mind’s eye, Visual Thinker, Gifted Child with Learning Difficulties, 1991
6. Howard Gardner, The Frame of Minds, 1993, Fundamentals of Multiple Intelligence
7. Ronald Kotulak, Inside of the Brain: Revolutionary Discoveries of How the mind works. 1994
8. Temple Grandin , Thinking in a pictures, 1996
9. Thomas Armstrong, The Myth of the ADD Child, 1997
10. Ronald D Davis, The Gift of Dyslexia, Why some of the smartest people can not read, and how can They learn. 1997
11. Barbara Meister Vitale, Unicorns are Real, The Right Brain Learning Approach, 1997
12. Jeffrey Freed & Laurie Parsons, Right Brain Left Brain Children in the World. 2006

Common traits:
Too late to talk than his age
Difficult reading, especially reading aloud
It is hard to spell syllable
It’s hard work on math problems of logic / formulas are sometimes more easily about the story
Often looked up and looks like a daydream
Less like the record (because the record inhibit the process of visualization)
Often read upside down
Often read and jump left or skipped a few words
Can be read from the back or in reverse order
If you do not talk coherently and systematically
Difficult expressed his wish in the form of the word / phrase
Often incoherent speech with a question
Quickly memorized the place / location and travel routes
Sometimes fanciful and tell fantasy
Low concentration on the work that is less liked
High concentrations and long on things that interest him.

How It Works right brain:
Creative -> want to know new things and finding new ways unconventional, look at alternative solutions to various problems.
Three spatial dimensions, able to see and imagine things in three dimensions; could see from right to left, top to bottom and vice versa. and flipping through the letters, numbers and images.
Photographic memory, capable of recording information in the form of pictures either in still or moving like a movie. Has a display board in his brain.
Art -> see a work of art as a process that relies on taste and aesthetics are often not limited by time and work with the inspiration and mood.
Deductive -> first have to see the big picture or the end result is a new move up step by step and stage of the process.
Random -> Compile and process information at random, so the delivery informasinyapun tend not systematic.
Visual -> Working in the form of images; often difficult to picture these ideas into sentences or words that are understood.
Global -> Prefers overview and less like the details.
Conclusive -> Interesting general conclusions from the pieces of information.
Execution 2 step -> Record new information memaknainya.
Inspirational -> works based on inspiration is impromptu and unplanned.

Comparison of Left and Right Brain:
a. Symbols vs. Image
b. Coherent / Sequent vs. Random / Random
c. Logic vs. Creative / Art
d. Details to Global vs. Global to detail.
e. Gradual vs. Jump
f. Then the process of memory vs memory then process
g. Duplication vs. imagination
h. Regular vs. random and jump around
i. Analysis parse vs. Analysis Conclusion
j. Deadline Time vs. Free Time
k. Plan vs. Inspiration
l. Black & White vs. Object object of the colorful

taken from: http://www.ayahedy.com

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