- Why visually oriented children have an easier time in school – and how to transfer that ability to non-visually oriented students.
- Why educators should separate a student’s preferred style from their capacity to operate in a visual style.
- How to easily recognize the four behaviors indicating visual capacity.
- Why it is important to push the visual-oriented students and how to make them mini-teachers in your learning pods.
- Ways you can help increase visual capacity in all students.
- How to measure if the kinesthetic and auditory-oriented students have increased their visual capacity while in your classroom.
- Students with special needs have behaviors similar to talented and gifted students. Learn how to recognize the one variable that separates the two categories.
- How you can increase test scores by effectively using the “review” portion of a lesson.
Learning Styles for Educators
School is like a private club for visual-oriented children who can see content in their mind’s eye. However, auditory and kinesthetic learners don’t have the same “access” – and can’t learn as easily.
Now, you can learn how to expand the private club membership so that all learning styles can enjoy academic success.
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