Bette Fetter: Living Life as a Visual Thinker is a podcast exploring what it REALLY means to be a visual thinker and visual learner. My podcast is about adults as visual thinkers but even more – it’s about your kids and what’s working and not working for them at school. Visual thinking is right-brain creative, non-linear, holistic thinking that is often undervalued and overlooked in education and many of our visual learners are struggling in school. But there’s good news and so many ways we can help and it all starts with understanding who they are.
Tune in to my Podcast, Living Life as a Visual Thinker and find out 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.
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Start with These 5 Episodes
Episode 2: The Science of Left & Right Brain Thinking- What it Means to be a Visual Thinker Join me as I describe what it REALLY means to be right brain a visual thinker and how that affects kids in school.
Episode 3: The Mission and Vision of Visual Learners
I want to share with you why I do what I do and I want to invite you to join my mission to impact education for visual learners.
Episode 5: What to Do When Your Child Says, “I’m not smart.”
It’s a heartbreaking phrase that simply isn’t true and as parents you can change your child’s mindset and bring out the genius you see everyday.
Episode 8: Ways to Understand Your Visual Thinker’s Reading and Writing Struggles Our visual learners need to know how to read and write well. So how do we get them there?
Episode 29: School Anxiety
It is important as parents to recognize the very real anxiety that accompanies school without being overprotective.
The teacher’s feedback on how your child is doing in the classroom is very important to hear, but there also needs to be a conversation on who your child is as a right brain thinker. The Parent-Teacher Conference Survival Guide will help you figure out the best way to collaborate with your child's teacher for their future success.