Getting the Right Teacher for Your Visual Learner Can Make The Difference
Getting the right teacher for your visual learner can best be done by sharing the characteristics of what would be the right teacher for your visual learner
Does your child remember places visited, even from years ago?
Does your child learn best when he or she sees and experiences information?
Does your child do far better with a teacher he or she connects with?
If this describes your child, you will want to share the characteristics of the right teacher for your visual learner. Below are some suggestions to share for the
Right Teacher for Your Visual Learner
We realize that student/teacher placement is a difficult task, but would appreciate your help in matching as many of these attributes as possible:
Will use a personal visual schedule (we have found this to be extremely helpful at home)
Demonstrates to the class what is expected — using a complete rubric
Allow my child to move around
Uses true multisensory approach to teaching – and will give students a visual representation of instructions
Structured, consistent and empathetic to students like my child, yet flexible and understanding
Will follow the 504 Plan
Communicates effectively with parents
Offers constructive criticism – giving Steele a clear picture of what is expected
Uses positive phrasing
Will make sure we both know what is expected in terms of homework and projects so that we can be sure assignments are completed correctly.
Thank-you for your continued support. We look forward to positive a productive school year.
Have a wonderful summer.
We recommend you adjust these suggestions for what would be right for your child — so you get the right teacher for your visual learner
Parents, teachers and other professionals, please comment and provide additional ideas for what might work for the visual learner