Aha! That moment when you finally hear your child being described, and you don’t feel so alone. What does it mean to be a visual-spatial learner? Visual imagery plays a significant role in their learning. If you show them directions to a model airplane, they are overwhelmed before you begin, but show them the model first, and the directions make sense! Come learn how this represents 1/3 of all students—you may just find your child here and ways that you can adjust your teaching and curriculum to reach them.

Kristen Eckenwiler graduated with honors from the University of Central Florida where she earned a master’s degree in reading. She has taught first, second, and fourth grades in the public schools, as well as a variety of courses in elementary education at the collegiate level. Additionally, she has taught writing and literature classes for the homeschool community. For the last 17 years, she has stayed home to homeschool her two sons, while also staying very busy testing, tutoring and providing a variety of products and services through her educational business, The Struggling Reader. Kristen has been speaking at conferences all over the United States for over a decade. She brings both a wealth of knowledge and a visible passion to all of her workshops.

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