Are learning difficulties learnt? – tune into radio show

From Donna Blinston

“The visual sense is the fastest system we have for learning and is the natural way young children learn – using their imagination. Visually we can absorb a lot of information simultaneously and quickly. Most students who are struggling are highly visual but are being taught using the slower auditory and kinaesthetic senses. Most academic subjects are best learnt visually. Visual Learning will speed up the whole learning process;  is easy to learn and to teach.”

However, those who have the great gift of learning visually may make mistakes using their visual memory, develop co-morbidity of several learning difficulties, and have their exceptional skills flip into debilitating symptoms. Discover how coaching focuses on changing the negative symptoms and for example the critical relevance of simple grounding techniques.  Olive will tell you how she has published invaluable information for you in her book “Bridges to Success – How to Transform Learning Difficulties”

To find out more tune in to The NLP View Radio Show 01/12/12 @ 7 pm EDT/4 pm PST when I am joined by The Inspiring Olive Hickmott to discuss her work with Learning Difficulties http://www.theorganicview.com/other-shows/the-nlp-view-radio-show/

And take a look at this short video that explains how we learn things and just how we get stuck. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9X6YJUSFqSc&feature=plcp

About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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