Success as a visual thinker requires investing in yourself and believing in your value as a creative, big picture thinker. If you need a reminder of how awesome you really are, I encourage you to take a few minutes to listen to this love letter to visual learners.
For children, drawing is a way of seeing things, thinking about their world or sharing how they feel. For visual thinkers, drawing is like handwriting is for auditory learners. It is extremely important for them to feel comfortable with a way to express themselves.
First and second grade is the time that most children are diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. But many of the same characteristics of visual learners are the same traits that point to an attention deficit. If you are in this situation, be open to all the possibilities for helping them be more successful in the classroom.
Living Life as a Visual Thinker talks about what it REALLY means to be a visual thinker. Understand your strengths and weaknesses. Understand your child. You’ll find out why they’re struggling and what you can do to help. Start with These 5 Episodes
Do you find yourself crying, throwing temper tantrums, name calling, finger tapping, sighing deeply or giving the stink eye when helping with homework?Listen in to episode 31 of Living Life as a Visual Thinker to get some great ideas to become a homework hero.