LIFE LENS: Seeing your Children in Color.
In a groundbreaking new approach to learning, parenting, and all-around interaction with others, LIFE LENS will inform and transform your teaching and parenting.
In LIFE LENS: Seeing Your Children in Color, author and celebrated Suzuki music instructor Michele Monahan Horner presents a trailblazing model that will identify your students’ unique learning needs and make your teaching easier and a whole lot more fun.
The LIFE LENS method analyzes each individual through the power of observation.
By simply watching your children, you will quickly be able to learn their best learning style, thinking process, pace preference, relationship to time, and what most motivates them. LIFE LENS is a system that breaks down a child’s interior landscape into seven different colors. Far from typecasting, the foundation of the LIFE LENS method is respectful recognition of individuals’ hard-wired differences and learning how to work with those differences by meeting those individuals where they are most ready to learn.
Below are just a few people who will benefit from the LIFE LENS model:
Parents, Educators, Social workers, Guidance counselors, Human resources professionals, Coaches and Business owners
LIFE LENS principles apply universally across all ages, classroom groups, and with non-musicians. By using LIFE LENS, you will be able to hone in on the most effective strategies to communicate with and help your students learn. Parents will learn how to eliminate hidden relationship stressors so that practice or homework time will be happier and more productive. After reading LIFE LENS, you will never see the world in black and white again
The Seven Life Lenses
Understanding what type of children you have and working with their inherent Life Lens type yields results.
First talker, has an opinion on EVERYTHING, being right is more important than being liked, Intense
Dependable, Trustworthy, Monotasker, AUDITORY
Very detail oriented, cares about accuracy, visual written diagrammatic
Excellent people skills, They care what others think about them, Have their own agenda
Asks a lot of questions, VISUAL WATCH & COPY, Organized, High standard of personal excellence
Expert Organizers, Highly Competitive, Thrive under Pressure, HATE MONOTONY
Excellent Imaginations, Not Competitive, Want Beautiful and Functional Space