When visual learners begin school it becomes apparent that the classroom is a difficult place for them to concentrate and focus in a manner that is necessary for cooperative learning. They are often easily distracted, jumping from one task to another without completing much of anything. Sitting still can be a challenge for visual learners. You may start to hear the words ADD or ADHD and that can be overwhelming for both you, your child and the school. There are a lot of stigmas that come with that diagnosis but also a lot of benefits. The key is to figure out whether it is ADD or something else. Also help make their world more organized and routine so that external order can quiet their internal thoughts and use visual learning techniques.