Diego Irigoyen
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Creative Brain Training Paperback Book

Creative Brain Training Paperback Book

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Creative Brain Training

Increase Attention Span, Build Confidence, and Stimulate Creativity

Author: Diego Irigoyen
Cover Art: Carly Lake
Editor: Valerie Pedroche

Copyright © 2018 by Diego Irigoyen.
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Summary

Creative Brain Training is a course currently being taught to incarcerated participants in different prisons across Southern California. In 2011, the author, Diego Irigoyen, reached an all-time low. Having been put on academic probation, Irigoyen decided to change his life around and this book describes the techniques he used to go from poor scholastics to receiving multiple awards for his creative endeavors and educational research. Irigoyen has taught his Creative Brain Training course for over three years at a variety of levels ranging from middle school to college, and adults in prison, with a majority of that time teaching adults.

This book will help you tap into your dormant potential in the opposite hemisphere of the brain. Creative Brain Training offers the pragmatic information to go from a lazy, timid, distracted, and bored state of mind to an energized, vibrant, attentive, and creative state of mind.

 

About the Author

Diego Irigoyen is a practicing artist and educator. He has received two bachelor degrees from California State University, San Bernardino in the majors of Art History and Art Education. Irigoyen has taught college level classes at California State University, San Bernardino, and regularly teaches a variety of art classes at different prisons in Southern California. He is a major proponent of cursive handwriting and ambidextrous development in education. He has won multiple awards for his visual artistry, and multiple grants funding his research and educational projects. He has presented his research and facilitated workshops at a multitude of venues including the Meeting of the Minds Symposium at California State University, San Bernardino, and the Transcultural Exchange 2018 International Conference on Opportunities in the Arts: Exploring New Horizons in Quebec. As an artist, Irigoyen wishes to inspire others to endeavor in their own creative pursuits, and tap into their own ambidextrous abilities.