In a previous blog post we discussed how visualization is an important part of our mental processing. 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.
Learn Visualization with Practice
Thru practice and vision training you can become a pro! Our brain is using our vision constantly to determine where we are and what we are going to do. Imagining and visualizing our actions are necessary to foresee not only our success but also the consequences of our actions.
Many successful professionals use visualization to prepare for public speaking events and presentations. Great athletes also use this technique to master skills needed to be the best in their sport.
More practically, successful learners in the classroom use this technique to master their test taking skills. This is especially critical in math and science classes to help visually grasp concepts that may otherwise seem abstract. Your child may not even know they are doing this and unfortunately others do not know the technique even exists to help them.
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Practical Usage of Visualization