Identifying the Visual-Spatial Learner
Matthew and Susan read the following questions:
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 skip words and lines when reading?
Does your child lose focus when bored or frustrated?
Is your child a lot smarter than their present reading comprehension level?
After they had answered yes to all give questions. Matthew asked, does that mean she is dyslexic or that she learns differently and has a vision and attention issue.
Susan answered, “This means she is a visual-spatial learner, who has both an attention and a visual tracking issue.
Susan and Matthew had been frustrated with two proposals they had gotten:
– A Wilson Reading Coach (R) said it normally takes 3 years to get through their program — with our reading program
– A Sylvan Learning Center estimated over 300 hours for their child
3D Learner strives to achieve Success in Months and Not Years — and we are often very successful because we teach the way the visual-spatial learner learners, we identify and address the relevant issues and we help the parents to be the coach and advocate their child needs.
Matthew, who was an understanding dad asked, three questions:
1- Susan really feels guilty about all this. Do you have something that could help?
2- It sounds like our child, but do you have a way we could screen for the learning difference and the related issues
3- If we find this is our child, who do we speak to
Mira has written a book, “Life is a Ball, Do Not Put Me in a Box” that describes these incredible kids. We had two like this. A parent might feel guilty, but there should be no guilt — since very few people understand these bright visual-spatial learners
We do offer a no cost screening assessment at www.3dlearner.com
Then you call us a debrief — all at no cost
The good news is that most bright visual-spatial learners can succeed in months and not years, if the student is taught the way he or she learns best, the relevant issues are addressed and the parents learn how to be the coach and advocate their child needs.