posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 08:41 PM
Every single human has the same hardware, what changes is the "software" if some people are "good" or "bad" at math or whatever is because they
aren't internalizing certain signals and giving precedence to others.
You saying that you are bad at math, and then telling that your son is also doing bad at math reeks of implanted thoughts and concepts.
Ever heard that we "create" our reality with our minds? sometimes all there is in acquiring a new set of "tools" is changing our predisposition
and attitude towards learning.
We culturally have a fear of knowledge, feeling that some stuff we don't even need to learn to thrive, that may be true, but that's also the
programming talking, the masters don't want the slaves to get educated and realize they are slaves, that is bad for business.
In learning according to the new data and research , the PARENTS are the number 1 cause of success or failure, regardless of school environment or
The parents transmit their fears and skills or lack of to their offspring with language.
It is also true that not all are great at everything, and that school systems are very limited, putting everyone on the same level and niche,
believing that all are the same when clearly we are not!
It is also true that some have several preferences and predispositions towards certain subjects, everyone is good at something and better on specific
But unless you have neurological disorders or mental disadvantages failing where the mediocrity has passed should ring the alarm bells, really stupid
people have passed through the education system without any problems whatsoever, truly Everyone can do it, as it does not require any skill at all.
If you are in college and are getting taught math and you are struggling, then clearly you are not taking the adequate courses for you, identify what
you really like and go from there!
math is easy, comprehending it is not, but everyone is more than capable of doing it, we do far more difficult things than fractions!