The following is a list of ten characteristics of right-brain learners:
- Right-brain learners think intuitively and respond well to open-ended activities.
- Right-brain learners employ a common sense approach to problems.
- Right-brain learners remember faces.
- Right-brain learners make subjective statements.
- Right-brain learners are spontaneous, impulsive, flexible, and creative.
- Right-brain learners solve problems through synthesis.
- Right-brain learners express themselves candidly.
- Right-brain learners prefer essay tests.
- Right-brain learners lack a strong sense of time and structure.
- Right-brain learners see “the big picture.”
Antonio Maurice Daniels
University of Wisconsin-Madison
This is very interesting. I’m curious, how can someone determine whether or not that are considered a left or right brain learner?
Is it based solely off of whichever one they match more characteristics with?
Thanks and keep sharing such valuable information.
Hello, Jay: Yes, one identifies as a right-brain learner or left-brain learner by resolving whether he or she possesses more of the characteristics of one over the other. Thank you very much for reading and your support.
No problemo. It’s a great post.
Thanks a lot for answering my question. I appreciate that.
amazing ,my husband had a stroke now I know and understand more about him and his new attitudes. Thank You
I am right brain and some left brain, go figure. Thanks for your comments in 2015- be blessed in 2015!
No problem. Blessings to you as well in 2015!
Yep, I have a right brain especially the creative and the lack of strong sense of time!
I am a right-brain learner too. I certainly have to work on my sense of time.