Visual Memory | Learning Intervention Training and Strategies

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Not Grade Specific
Formats Included
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Duration
20:28
FREE
FREE
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Description

Underdeveloped visual memory skills interfere with children’s ability to read and learn. How do we recognize when visual memory skills are weak? How do we ensure that visual memory is strong enough to support ALL learners, especially elementary students with learning differences?

The knowledge and the three skill-building strategies you learn in this training video help you answer those questions and more.

What's Included in This FREE Visual Memory Training:

  • Video training for parents and educators (20-Minutes)
  • BONUS pdf with additional tools and resources (3 pages)

What You Learn:

  • What visual memory is
  • Why it’s so important
  • Signs of visual memory difficulty
  • How to know if your learner needs to strengthen visual memory
  • Milestones and benchmarks to aim for
  • Simple, powerful strategies to strengthen visual memory

Who Visual Memory Training is For:

Parents, teachers, and specialists in education, especially those who help struggling readers and learners, please watch Visual Memory - Learning Intervention Training and Strategies.

If you wish to understand struggling learners better, learn how to quickly identify whether visual memory challenges hold them back. Then learn exactly how to help.

Heads up: If you haven’t already, I recommend starting with the free auditory memory training first, since I do reference it quite a bit in this visual memory training.

Looking for professional development? This training is also ideal for:

  • K-3 teachers who need to recognize the first signs of struggle
  • Teachers with students (regardless of grade level) who appear difficult to reach, including students with dyslexia
  • Special educators, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and reading specialists, even if you’ve been at this for a while

To help struggling readers and learners, we must first identify what’s at the root of their difficulties. For some students, visual memory development is one of the missing pieces. This training helps you know if that’s true for YOUR learner, and exactly what to do next.

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© 2022 Inner Pieces Gallery. Not for commercial use. Available for personal or single classroom use only. (School libraries, specialist classrooms, single homeschool and teletherapy included as “single classroom.”)

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