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Top 10 Ways an Older Visual Learner Can Help Himself and more...

Top 10 Ways an Older Visual Learner Can Help Himself

These tips will be helpful to visual students in middle school, high school, college, or beyond, who need to motivate themselves and control their...

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#ThrowbackThursday: Visual Learners

As part of Visual Learning Week, we invite you to take a look back into the Guilt-Free Homeschooling archives. The gem we have selected as a...

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Most Misunderstood Trait of Visual Learners

Visual learners really do need to watch something over and over before trying it themselves. They aren’t necessarily shy, withdrawn, introverted,...

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#TakeMeBackTuesday: Visual Learners

As part of Visual Learning Week, we invite you to read the Visual Learners excerpt from our book, Taking the Mystery Out of Learning Styles. This...

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Top 10 Ways to Help Visual Learners

These tips will be helpful for parents of younger visual students, who need help learning how to learn. Allow him to watch demonstrations over and...

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