Overview
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Summary

Good learners are good listeners. In the attached pages, we will explore why. You will see why many learning disabilities are in fact listening disabilities. The good news is that we can tune up your ears, so that you can attain your full learning potential.

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Good learners have selective ears: they can easily distinguish between the various frequencies that make up speech. Many poor learners have difficulties with that.

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Good learners are right ear dominant. Many poor learners are left ear dominant.

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Good learners can zoom-in on sounds that are important, and filter out irrelevant information. Many poor learners, especially those that are hyperactive, can not easily filter out irrelevant information.

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Good learners have ears that capture the energizing frequencies of the spectrum. Many poor learners do not benefit from the "sound energy".

 

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