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Visual memory refers to how you store and recall concepts, numbers, objects, or other non-language-based information. WHEN IT MATTERS MOST Students use visual memory to remember previously seen objects, images, ideas, or numbers, as well as diagrams or cha... View More

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Visual Memory

If your student has an IEP or 504 Plan for a spatial or math challenge, including dyscalculia WHEN IT MATTERS Spatial perception refers to how well one understands visual materials and their position in space, such as maps, graphs, and 3-D objects.Spatial ... View More

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Spatial Perception

If your student has an IEP or 504 Plan for memory or a language-based challenge WHEN IT MATTERS Verbal memory refers to how you store and remember word-based information you read or hear.Students use verbal memory to remember the details of what they read ... View More

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Verbal Memory

If your student has an IEP or 504 Plan for a non-verbal learning difference WHEN IT MATTERS Abstract reasoning refers to how you draw inferences from objects, images, space or numbers when you aren't given a concrete explanation or can't see it firsthand. ... View More

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Abstract Reasoning

When conducting an inquiry and choosing how you present your project work, consider options that make the most of your strong abstract reasoning skills and your interests so that you will challenge yourself and enjoy the project. TYPES OF PROJECT PRESENTAT... View More

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Social Awareness Abstract Reasoning

When conducting an inquiry and choosing how you present your project work, consider options that make the most of your strong spatial perception and your interests so that you will challenge yourself and enjoy the project. TYPES OF PROJECT PRESENTATIONS YO... View More

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Spatial Perception

When conducting an inquiry and choosing how you present your project work, consider options that make the most of your strong verbal reasoning skills and your interests so that you will challenge yourself and enjoy the project. TYPES OF PROJECT PRESENTATIO... View More

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Social Awareness Verbal Reasoning

If your student has an IEP or 504 Plan for a language-based disability WHEN IT MATTERS Verbal reasoning refers to how comfortably you draw inferences based on what you read or hear, without needing a detailed explanation.Students use verbal reasoning when ... View More

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Verbal Reasoning