Teachers enrolled in this course will...


  • the two major ways of learning; auditory-sequential and visual-spatial.
  • the characteristics of visual-spatial learners (VSLs) as well as auditory-sequential learners (ASLs)
  • that visualization is a powerful tool for all students, all subjects, and all grade levels.


  • the differences in ASLs and VSLs
  • the strengths and weaknesses of VSLs
  • the strengths and weaknesses of ASLs
  • tactics that effectively reach VSLs while supporting ASLs
  • how playing visualization games can increase memory, improve focus, and enhance learning in the subject areas.

and Be Able To

  • identify a VSL in their classroom.
  • compose lessons that differentiate instruction for VSLs
  • restore balance back to their classrooms by accommodating both VSLs and ASLs

and much, much more!

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