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Processing speed is the rate at which you see, think about and react to information. Everyone processes at a different rate. Some students process more quickly what they see or read than what they hear and vice versa. WHEN IT MATTERS Processing speed matt... View More

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Reading Study Skills & Tools Universal Design for Learning Special Education All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Processing Speed

Visual motor speed refers to how well you use your eyes, hands and fingers together to complete a task. It is also referred to as reaction time or response time. WHEN IT MATTERS Students use visual motor speed when they are taking notes in class, typing a ... View More

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Writing Universal Design for Learning Special Education All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Fine Motor Skills Visual Motor Speed

You are more likely to understand and remember information if you take notes by hand than if you type. How to Apply It! 1) While it might seem easier to type notes in class, there is clear evidence that you will understand and remember better if you write ... View More

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Study Skills & Tools 21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Auditory Processing Listening Comprehension Organization Working Memory Attention Verbal Reasoning Verbal Memory Visual Memory

Incorporating opportunities at home to apply math concepts and reasoning skills in ways children can relate to and take an interest in can help strengthen understanding and make learning relevant. There are many opportunities at home to introduce and apply con... View More

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Mathematics Elementary School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Abstract Reasoning Spatial Perception

Play rhyming games with your child to develop important early reading skills. How to Apply It! 1) The name game ("Katie b-atie, bo b-atie, Banana fana fo-fatie...") helps with sound discrimination and manipulation (Ages 2-5). 2) Recite traditional nursery r... View More

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Reading Writing Elementary School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Auditory Processing Organization Attention Verbal Memory

Image and letter tracking activities provide help with tracking, symbol reversals and sequencing for students with dyslexia or who have difficulty with visual processing. How to Apply It! 1) Letters or images are presented in consecutive rows or on a grid.... View More

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Reading Special Education Elementary School Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Visual Discrimination Spatial Perception

Teach It! 1)Objective: Students will take the time to explain or talk through math problems to increase their understanding. This approach is especially helpful for students with stronger verbal skills. 2)Instruction and Practice: Discuss with students how e... View More

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Mathematics 21st Century Skills All Ages Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Verbal Memory Abstract Reasoning Visual Memory Spatial Perception

Encourage students to talk through or describe what they see, read or hear to help them better understand and remember. This is known as elaboration. How to Apply It! 1) Explain why. Discuss how talking through the details of what you see, read or hear mak... View More

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21st Century Skills Universal Design for Learning Social-Emotional Learning/Growth Mindset K-8 Strategy Flexible Thinking

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Verbal Memory Abstract Reasoning Visual Memory Spatial Perception