Visual Learning: Motion Graphics with Matt
Last night, my son was in his room working on a project for a college class.
As I said good night to him, I got a peak at what he was working on and was very impressed. As I admired his work I thought about how my active son, that had resisted sitting still for hours of homework as a young child, had grown into a young man, willing to spend hours and hours on visual projects that engaged him.
Take a peak and be encouraged.
Founder and CEO of Young Rembrandts and Author of Being Visual
January 22, 2014 @ 12:42 pm
Bette, what a beautiful example of how things can turn around for a young man. And, none of this would have been possible without your understanding of how a visual learner does in fact learn. You have taught me so much and have helped me develop even a greater understanding of how best to serve those we are visual learners (as in the example I gave you earlier today of my house guest) and even a better understanding of how I learn as a visual learner. We all do it differently. Kudos to your son for all his efforts and to you as his mom.