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MARCH 1, 2010 Gifted Big Picture / High Conceptual Thinkers
Also because HCTs develop their ideas through pattern recognition, they may want to see many examples and permutations, and complex presentations in order to help organize their ideas into simpler concepts. Perhaps because of our interest in gifted dyslexics, we seem to see this pattern quite a lot. High Conceptual Thinkers are often.
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EIDE NEUROLEARNING Mind Over Matter: Imagery at Work and in the Classroom
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2009
Kosslyn posted a book chapter on Mental Imagery and Implicit Memory. When I do a real operation, I play the videotape ahead of time in my mind, Dr. Shapiro said."I do the case in my head," said Dr. Maria Ortega, an anesthesiologist. I must have done it 100 times. Everytime, a problem would come up and I would find a solution and do it again. MORE >>
EIDE NEUROLEARNING Mind over Matter: Imagery Enhances Motor Training
| MONDAY, MAY 3, 2010
It's a step in the right direct to recognize the organic
basis of imagery and its importance for learning. Mental practice improves performance over motor practice alone - that's what the latest imagery research suggests. Makes sense. to master. So what are implications for students? Imagery for Visual Skills? MORE >>
EIDE NEUROLEARNING Passion and Flow as a Learning Strategy - Talent and Dyslexia
| FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2009
"When we look at highly successful dyslexic individuals, we see that they succeeded by following their substantial gifts, not by focusing on their difficulties." - Thomas G. West, In the Mind's Eye, Thinking Like Einstein "I was at the bottom in reading skills and spelling. Presumably strong areas should be able to take care of themselves. MORE >>
EIDE NEUROLEARNING Creativity for Non-Visual Thinkers, People with Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities, Aspergers etc.
| MONDAY, JUNE 29, 2009
but if visual perceptual and organization
problems also exist (e.g. nonverbal learning disabilities), more struggles await them in their adult years, driving and reading maps, reading the emotions of their co-workers, bosses, and family members, and keeping their home and work life organized
. Of course! impression. MORE >>
EIDE NEUROLEARNING Ipod Music Stimulates Alzheimers and Stroke Patients
| MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2009
Dr. Concetta Tomaino, director of the non-profit organization
Institute for Music and Neurologic Function found that "45 patients with mid- to late-stage dementia had one hour of personalized music therapy, three times a week, for 10 months, and improved their scores on a cognitive-function test by 50% on average. Pretty cool finding. MORE >>
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