Of the eight categories of intelligences, research suggests that visual-spatial learning is the most predominant.
When a teacher can train him or herself to think like a visual learner, modifying instruction isn't hard. Some fairly straightforward tweaks in the instructional approach can support learners across the spectrum in core curricular areas and beyond.
Visual and other sensory approaches to learning can transcend the barriers of language and culture, create a common language to bridge the generational gaps between educators and students, and open up new opportunities for societal and job equity for those students traditionally disenfranchised by the formal education system.
We at VariQuest know how important diversifying instruction is, to ensure the needs of all learners are met, so in partnership with Susan McClester and updated with the help of Carman Le, MAT, we've created a free eBook dedicated to successful strategies in catering to visual and sensory learning instruction - and we'd like to share it with you! Visual Learning for the At-Risk Student contains...
How the power of visuals and visual language can transcend barriers and inequity involving high-risk populations
How to modify lessons with simple tweaks to assist in more visual, holistic learning
Lesson plan ideas and visuals in the subjects of math, language arts, and science
So let us help you work towards your goals of enhancing the learning experience for every learner. Download our "Visual Learning for the At-Risk Student" eBook to learn more about engaging all students for maximum achievement!
The VariQuest Visual and Kinesthetic Learning Suite offer educators easy-to-use solutions for diversifying instruction and improving academic achievement for students of all learning needs, and as much as possible, we want to pass our knowledge to you. Schedule a no-obligation consultation with one of our expert education consultants today to learn more!