In this third installment of visualization I’d like to explain how to apply visualization in learning , particularly in spelling and math facts.
The act of being able to imagine and “see” in our mind is a very powerful tool we use to learn. Visualization doesn’t come naturally to everyone but it is something that can be learned.
You may be thinking what does visualization have to do with AD(H)D, dyslexia or learning? Let’s first define that visualization is the act of mentally imagining a form or situation. This can be remembering a trip you took or imagining an object in your mind.
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