‘Visual Processing’ Blog Posts
Reviews keep coming in…LD Dyslexia Screening Tool leads to more success in schoolMarch 13th, 2009 2009-03-13T19:50:44-07:00 2009-03-13T19:50:44-07:00
Another review just in… Parents and teachers alike need resources for children who are struggling in school. With today’s fast paced classrooms, many of our children are left behind because their learning difficulties have not been properly diagnosed. Often, children have to wait a long time to qualify for special education testing and by the […]
Review: The LD Assessment Tool…March 11th, 2009 2009-03-11T18:55:38-07:00 2009-03-11T18:55:38-07:00
I’m so excited to share this review that just came in. I sent out a few advance copies of the new LD Dyslexia Assessment Tool: Learning Difficulty/Disability Pre-Screening Tool and Informal Comprehensive Identification Tool to several professionals and The LINK magazine. Here it is: By Emerson Sandow of The LINK homeschool magazine In homeschooling, Bonnie […]
Is the Learning Difficulty/Disability Assessment Tool and Informal Comprehensive Identification Tool designed for school personnel?March 5th, 2009 2009-03-05T15:05:37-08:00 2009-03-05T15:05:37-08:00
Is the Learning Difficulty/Disability Pre-Screening Tool and Informal Comprehensive Identification Tool designed for school personnel, and if so, how would you recommend it get used as part of pursuing a more formal evaluation? Yes, teachers who use the informal assessment tool will get information on whether their student has visual, auditory, or tactile/kinesthetic processing areas […]
Is the informal LD dyslexia assessment tool designed for parents so that they in turn could arrive at a decision for formal evaluation?March 2nd, 2009 2009-03-02T20:01:43-08:00 2009-03-02T20:01:43-08:00
Laura Doto wrote me several questions regarding the Learning Difficulty/Disability Assessment Tool and Informal Comprehensive Identification Tool. I will be responding to them over the next several days. Hi Bonnie — Congratulations! — I have a few questions about the pre-screening tool: Is the informal assessment tool designed for parents so that they in turn […]
12 Activities Address Two More Areas of Visual ProcessingFebruary 26th, 2009 2015-11-25T00:41:01-08:00 2009-02-26T16:28:12-08:00
The last two areas of visual processing are visual language classification and visual integration. Strengths in visual language classification help to create good comprehension. Visual integration pulls together the tactile/kinesthetic with the vision system.
13 Activities to Improve Visual Processing in LD & Dyslexic ChildrenFebruary 20th, 2009 2016-02-25T00:45:59-08:00 2009-02-20T21:05:05-08:00
Today’s post is covering 2 more areas of visual processing: Visual Closure and Visual Memory. These areas impact not only success in reading, they also impact success in math.
Visual Closure: The ability to identify a visual stimulus from an incomplete visual presentation.
Visual Memory: The ability to store and retrieve information that has been given with a visual stimulus.