Visual Support for Students with Dyslexia, Asperger’s, and ADHD

September 18, 2019

kids learning photoWith appropriate visual support and materials, students who have dyslexia, Asperger’s, or ADHD can be extremely successful in academics.

Most students who have dyslexia or ADHD are visual learners. They can learn quickly and much more easily when they are provided with visual images that reinforce language-based materials used in classrooms.

Students with Asperger’s often struggle academically because they are easily distracted, anxious about being in traditional classroom settings, and fixated on their own narrowly focused interests. Research has shown that visual instruction helps these students feel more secure and able to focus on specific learning goals.

All three types of students must be given the opportunity to use the unique ways in which they actually do and can learn. They need flashcards with photos, charts, maps, color coding, and other visual aids that supplement the subject matter being taught in their schools. Visual Brand Flashcards were developed specifically with these needs in mind so that all types of visual learners can understand science and social studies subject matter in the ways that these students learn best.

Individual sets are available in both English and Spanish on Teachers Pay Teachers. Click on the following link

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