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Re: perspective question....

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Mon, 26 Jul 1999 14:52:52 EDT

In a message dated 7/26/99 11:50:50 AM EST, writes:

<< I vividly remember learning
1-pt. in 5th grade during the Glacial Age and I was the ONLY person in the
classroom who "saw it" easily. That's why I got to wear the "art pin" all
week. I couldn't understand why my classmates couldn't do it. This belies,
to me, the fact that its mostly left-brain but then again, it being
considered by most to be left-brained explains why a few of my more
advanced art students cannot see it readily. One fact defies the other. >>

I think you probably have a well balanced brain and can see all sides! I
always think that the most gifted have a brain that can access both
mentalities at will.
I am speaking from experience here. Children in the second grade learning to
draw cubes from squares either 'get it' or don't, depending on their mind set.