what you see is who you are
In creating a global world, we enable creating a learning environment that adheres to a uniform visual code in all educational systems and classrooms in every country in the world, within a short period of time and at a very low cost per student.
Everyone agrees that all learning processes that take place in the classroom are directly connected to the sensory system and are very important to the student’s development. The world of learning within the classroom is characterized by the student’s ability to conduct a learning process involving listening, reading, writing, thinking and speaking, with a minimal amount of sensory distractions (especially in terms of sight and sounds).
In order to be available to learn in an heterogenic environment, we need calm conditions that are as free from stimulants as possible. Sensory overload arouses the body’s emergency systems, and these make learning difficult. No one likes to be in a noisy environment that is crowded and visually overloaded, as this creates a sense of discomfort, stress and sometimes even anxiety.
However, for quite a significant percentage of the students in the world (over 20%, who suffer from attention deficit disorders, learning disabilities, sensory regulation disorders, anxiety or emotional overload, on the autistic spectrum, and more), the way that text is presented in reading and writing materials or in the classrooms, creates an additional burden that itself makes their difficulties even harder and exacerbates the objective challenges that they face in the school system.
For example, instead of the student focusing his efforts on interacting with the text, he dedicates most of his effort to an attempt to push away excessive sensory stimulation that distracts him from the task with which he is trying to deal.
The external world radiates upon the internal world. The more that the student’s internal world is empowered, the student will correspondingly empower his external world.