Do you know if your child thinks more in pictures than in words?
Too often, the student who is a visual learner, comes in with a diagnosis of ADHD, CAPD, Dyslexia or unmotivated
Questions we ask parents to focus on to find out if their child is a visual learner.
Does your child
- Remember places visited, even from years ago?
- Learn best when he or she sees and experiences information
- Struggle in school, despite being smart or even gifted
If you are like most of our parents, you send your child to the best school you can. You have arranged for extra services, and you are spending a lot of time helping with homework.
After working with thousands of bright kids for 16 years, we have a good understanding of the challenges your family faces.
Your child probably learns differently, has a combination of visual tracking, and attention issues, and may often feel frustrated and anxious.
When we talk about a Visual Learner, we focus on 3 things:
1. Looking at your child in a totally different way.
If your child learns differently, find the right way to capitalize on their strengths and create a lifelong love of reading and learning.
As a parent you might ask, “Is my child a visual learner who thinks more in pictures than in words, why isn’t he being taught to his strengths?”
2. Identifying and addressing what is holding your child back.
Many times schools will identify an attention issue and indirectly suggest ADHD medication. Or, it may be the psychologist, or pediatrician, who recommends ADHD Medication. Too often a parent is told their child’s vision is OK, when their child skips words and lines when reading.
As a parent you might say, “Let’s identify the attention, visual tracking and related issues, and then find a program that will address all of these.”
3. Helping you be an advocate for your child.
Parents often tell us the school will not assess their child in a timely manner, and the teacher often doesn’t understand how the child learns best.
Parents want to know how to ask the school for an assessment and the right help for their child. They also want to know how they can collaborate with their child’s teacher to create a win-win-win outcome for everyone,
How to find the right program for your visual learner — that will help your child to be all he or she can be
At 3D Learner, we help parents identify their child’s abilities and facilitate meetings with schools to have everyone on the same team.
We don’t like confrontation or lawsuits. We simply focus on where a student is today, where the student should be tomorrow, and how we get there.
One of our clients, Dr. Bob Rehnke told us, “The way you teach is revolutionary, compared to the way schools work, but it should be mainstreamed.”
The breakthrough you’d like to see begins by asking 3 questions:
- Does my child learn differently?
- Does my child have an attention, visual processing or related challenges?
- How can I help my child achieve every possible success?
3D Learner is for the parent who wants their child to have strength-based training, who wants to have their child’s challenges identified and addressed, and who wants their child to be all their child can be
The 3D Learner parent often rejects the status quo and shifts the focus to doing what works for their child.
3 Things You Can Do To Help Your Child
- To better understand how your child learns, and how you can capitalize on those strengths, DOWNLOAD Mira’s short, uplifting ebook “Life is a Ball, Don’t Put Me in a Box.”
- Take our free Online Success Assessment. It will help you see if your child learns differently.
- After taking the assessment, give us a call and ask us your questions. We’ll help you better understand what your child is dealing with, and what you can do to make a positive difference. You will also have the opportunity to join our weekly conference call.
If you have already taken our Success Assessment, put your child on the path from stress to success. Call us.