- Ronaldo Lawrenzo Renzoni
- Monsey, NY
- United States
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I propose that new schools of thought should open up, and be more receptive and directed towards those that are right brain thinkers.
Many of the brightest and greatest minds of our times, came from a form of thinking that is regarded for its learning difficulties, as we all know as dyslexia. These highly conceptual and visual intelligence's can easily solve problems and create new theories, that history has shown has radically changed societies way of thinking, or seeing per se.
Unfortunately for many dyslexics though, they have not been instilled the courage or the minimum ego, to continue on there path of education. Easily are they weighed down by stress and difficulties from just trying to process visual texts from books, whos effort becomes to great to bear to continue. Its understandable though, as we can see with Einstein or Antonio Gaudi, who were of the greatest minds, but yet failed some of their college courses.
I am here today to offer the theory that different schools of thought and training for our future generations will help our world face problems, create new technologies, and more importantly past down to their future generations new radical thoughts and ideas in pursuit of creating a yet better world.
One proposed theory I have is possibly developing the right brain child's intelligence with their specific gifts (I.e. musical dyslexics should learn focus on studying primarily music until 12 or 13, visual/ spatial dyslexics should focus on creating art and developing their thought processes until 12-13 when their intelligence is better trained).
As seen with NASA where half of the employees are dyslexic, creating a world that values different thought processes will be the future of science and art.