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A Visual Processing Workshop


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Overview of the Visual Processing Skills Workshop

Visual processing skills are essential for learners across all age groups. This comprehensive workshop, facilitated by Dr. Erica Warren, dives deep into the complexities of visual processing. The session is structured to not only define visual processing and its neurological underpinnings but also to explore the multifaceted types of visual processing, introduce effective tools for enhancement, and provide guidance on assessing these crucial skills.

Extended Workshop Access

Participants will be granted access to the course materials for an entire year (365 days), allowing ample time for in-depth learning and application of the concepts discussed.

Detailed Workshop Content

Understanding Visual Processing

  • Definition and Function: An exploration of what visual processing entails and its significance in daily learning and functioning.
  • Neurological Basis: An explanation of how visual processing functions within the brain, detailing the neural pathways involved.

The Spectrum of Visual Processing Types

  • Discrimination and Directionality: Recognizing differences between objects and understanding their orientation.
  • Memory and Visualization: Recalling and mentally manipulating images.
  • Sequencing: Placing visual information in a logical order.
  • Closure: Identifying complete figures even when only partial visuals are present.
  • Tracking: Following moving objects smoothly and accurately with the eyes.
  • Reasoning: Using logical deduction based on visual input.
  • Spatial: Understanding and remembering the positions of objects in space.
  • Figure-ground: Distinguishing a figure from its background.
  • Synthesis: Integrating parts into wholes, especially in forming a visual image.
  • Form Constancy: Recognizing forms and objects as the same in various environments, positions, and sizes.
  • Motor: Coordinating visual input with physical response.

Tools and Assessment 

  • Materials for Practice: Introduction to various materials and activities designed to strengthen visual processing skills.
  • Evaluative Techniques: Discussion of different tests and assessments that can be used to measure visual processing abilities, providing insights into strengths and areas needing improvement.

This workshop is designed to empower educators, parents, and practitioners with a richer understanding and practical tools to support individuals with diverse visual processing needs, enhancing their ability to learn and interact with the world around them effectively.

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