School Teaches Students To Be Ambidextrous
Can Training to Become Ambidextrous Improve Brain Function? A famous Indian school thinks so. Teaching, or even forcing, people to become ambidextrous is a practice that has been around for centuries. Ambidexterity can be forced and/or learned. Many left-handed people have been forced to use their right hand due to myths concerning left-handedness.
Per the Daily Mail, a Veena Vadini School in Budhela, Singrauli district of Madha Pradesh, has become famous for its policy to teach its students to become ambidextrous - an ability which only comes naturally to about one per cent of the global population.
A unique school in India where children are taught to write with both the left and right hands - some taking notes in two languages at the same time - is facing closure.
Incredible video footage shows some of the 300 pupils in action, writing with both their left and right hand, often at the same time and in different languages.
The founder of Veena Vadini School, Virangat Prasad Sharma, claims his students are twice as fast as others thanks to their ability.
Apart from teaching the general curriculum, the school encourages its students to learn different languages, and a majority of the students are able to read and write English, Hindi, Urdu and Sanskrit.
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