Is your child a 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?
Is your child a lot smarter than present results would indicate?
If the answers are yes, the chances are your child is a visual learner. We do offer a more extensive no cost assessment at Success Assessment, It also includes a screening tool for both an attention and eye-teaming issue. We suggest you do the Success Assessment with your child. Their answers may surprise you.
Here is a good article from an adult on how she struggled in school as a visua;-spatial learner.
3 Things To Consider About Your Visual Learner
1- Understanding frequently used words and recognizing words your child has seen, are often challenges. They can master these skills if taught in a way that plays to their strengths
2- Your visual learner may also have attention and eye-teaming challenges. You want to identify and address the relevant issue
3- When you teach your child to their strengths and you identify and address their challenges, your child can be far more successful
Develop a Success Mindset — that is, you will help your child to be all he or she can be.
Assess for Success. Identify how your child learns best. Then identify what is holding your child back. For school purposes, it may help to assess for a disability — but that does not help a learning center like 3D Learner tailor a program for your child
Partner with the right professionals. If your child is a visual learner, you want to both capitalize on his or her strengths and …
identify and address their challenges …
and, find out how to be the coach and advocate your child needs