4MyLEARN is dedicated to the neurodiverse community, providing information, support, and research for the growth of all people. A growing number of education researchers understand the need for teachers and therapists to have a minimal neurobiology education to overturn biases and improve teaching styles. 4myLearn strongly supports this. Currently there is no requirement for neurobiology training. The CEC Preparation Standards for Special Educators approved in December 2012 did not require neurobiology education even for special education teachers.
4MyLEARN promotes the concept that neurodiversity is an essential part of normal human differences that is to be tolerated and respected as any other human difference. There is diversity in thinking styles, learning styles, as well as multiple intelligences.
New knowledge reshapes ideas. 4myLearn.org is assisting in an education paradigm shift by providing parents, educators, and policy makers with sufficient current neurobiology, education research, and parenting guidance to allow people to understand if current biases and practices are outdated and based on inaccurate information, if so, provide research and guidance for improvement.
4MyLEARN uses artificial intelligence (AI) technology to provide multisensory child-centered education for exceptional kids and all other people. Essentials of natural (reading and writing), analytical (math), and social language are integrated into every subject. National standards define the key concepts and ways of thinking that must be taught. The child’s needs and interests determine how it is taught.
4myLearn is made up of a group of educators, cognitive scientists, and engineers dedicated to the neurodiverse community, providing information, support, and research for the growth of all people. The focus is on the positive dimensions of individual strengths, talents, aptitudes, and abilities; while supporting the challenges. Please contact us if you wish to join or collaborate.
Our technology is based on technology we developed, funded by NSF, NIH, and DARPA.