A student with visual-spatial processing needs has difficulty in organizing visual information into meaningful patterns and understanding how they might change as they rotate and move through space. They might also have difficulty with visual memory.
Students with visual-spatial processing needs may:
The focus of instructional strategies for students with poor visual-spatial abilities is on reducing the emphasis on visual-spatial knowledge, and emphasizing language skills.
Reduce the emphasis on visual-spatial skills for gaining knowledge and understanding:
Increase the emphasis on language for explaining concepts and procedures.
Direct Instruction of visual-spatial conventions and information: