"How the Body Tells a Learning Story: About Vision."
Most of what we learn in schools requires us to be able to use our eyes effectively: to read, to observe our world around us, others and see what is happening. How we interpret that visual information impacts our ability to learn. What are some of the things that can go wrong with visual processing, and how does the body tells us, "It's an eye thing?"
This Masterclass is a 45 - 50 minute presentation with a recorded Q & A session following it. It's a recording of a LIVE Masterclass delivered in 2021.
We look at the role of vision in learning.
You will be introduced to how our visual system works, how we perceive visual information and how we process it. All of this within the context of a learning environment -- how does vision affect our ability to learn, and why is it important to know this information?
This Masterclass provides educators, parents and those interested, with great insight into HOW students learn and HOW VISION is key to learning success. You see, it's not just about being able to see clearly (20:20 Vision); it's so much more than that and why vision-related difficulties can be a major factor for children with learning challenges.
This Masterclass is part of "How the Body Tells a Learning Story."
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