You have had some time to meet your students or to reconnect with them. Have you noticed anyone who has difficulty navigating through the classroom or reading the clock? Do you notice confusion when introducing a new diagram or graphic? Maybe your student has visual spatial challenges. In this post we will show you how to connect with students who have visual spatial challenges. First, we will describe the challenge. Then, we will shed light on what visual spatial reasoning is. Finally, we will give you a sneak peek into our Guide for Connecting Cognitive Impacts to Instructional Strategies.
How to know if your student has a visual spatial challenge.
If the student has an IEP, look at the psychological evaluation. The scale scores chart will show you. If you need help, just ask your school psychologist. If there is no IEP, use observations to hypothesize a problem statement for an MTSS plan. Here are some things to look for…
Now you know how to connect with students who have visual spatial challenges. Try these strategies and monitor progress to see how your student responds.
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