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Transcript of Visual-Spatial Learning
As a Visual-Spatial Learner I can find it hard to learn sometimes. We think a lot differently that Auditory-Sequential learners. In the next 2 slides you will learn about it and how to learn better being a Visual-Spatial Learner.
As a Visual-Spatial Learner, you think in pictures. That is the easiest way to explain it. That though can actually be bad for you because you think in pictures that can put you behind on work. Also, you need to learn with pictures. That is how you learn. In the next slide, I will teach you how to learn if you are struggling.
There are a lot of ways you can get help. Here are some way to get help. Ask your teacher, to give you a visual direction. That will help you see the output. Also, you can ask to get the whole picture. That can give you a better understanding of what you are learning.
If you are a Visual-Spatial Learner than you may have experienced some awkwardness in your social life. In the next two slides, I will explain why and give you tips to help.
When you are having a conversation with someone make sure not to get caught up in your thoughts. That can make you stop listening and not help your social life. Make sure that you are listening. That can help you academically and socially.
As a Visual-Spatial Learner, your brain works differently. We think in pictures when Auditory-Sequential Learners think in words. When you are learning the worst way to learn is with a teacher standing up in front of the class talking to you. You need to experience it for yourself to learn whether it is looking it up or traveling there to see it.