Whole Brain® Learning Unlocks Student Potential
“I firmly believe that composite Whole Brain® learning groups represent the ultimate teaching configuration.”
Ned Herrmann, Founder, Herrmann International; Creator of the HBDI® Assessment
Learning programs and curriculums that are based on the specialized brains of students benefit everyone – including the teacher or trainer.
So why do educators often take a cookie cutter approach to teaching? Chances are it’s because they’re unfamiliar with the methods of evaluating their students’ strengths and weaknesses using Herrmann’s innovative Whole Brain® Thinking approach.
Engaging Students' Brains
Whole Brain® Thinking is the science of cultivating the ability for individuals to act outside of their own preferred thinking styles. Since research has shown that people’s learning styles match their thinking styles, it adds up that teachers who integrate Herrmann’s Whole Brain® Thinking into their curriculums can truly affect the learning curve of our educational system.
Specifically, Herrmann can help your educational organization to:
- Increase educational outcomes
- Create a learning community that understands and respects the learning preferences of teachers and students
- Deliver learning based on personal uniqueness and specialized learning styles
- Evaluate and identify students for easier placement
Better Results Through Better Thinking
Read how Yale College, Wrexham, North Wales, used the HBDI® as part of its "Learning to Learn" project to identify learning preferences and find appropriate strategies to address learning challenges. As the data from this Spotlight on Learning Overview reveals, the HBDI® provided the key to unlocking the learning potential of students across the college.
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