S3 Ep. 7: Visual Learners

In this podcast we delve deep into the realm of learning styles, breaking down the visual/spatial versus linear/sequential dichotomy that influences how we perceive and interact with the world around us.

While visual learning is often highlighted among individuals on the autism spectrum, possessing an enhanced ability to ‘see’ information, this episode reveals that visual learning is a universal trait, manifesting in everyone to some extent.

By examining the experiences of visionaries like Tesla and Einstein, who didn’t rely solely on written or drawn materials, we illustrate the potent capabilities of visual learners.

Conversely, we also explore the linear/sequential learners, who absorb information through auditory means rather than visual cues, likening it to the difference between watching television and reading a book.

This discussion serves as a reminder of the dangers of categorizing learners and underscores the importance of acknowledging the diverse spectrum of learning preferences that exist within each of us.

Understanding whether you, your children, or your students favor touch, sight, or sound can profoundly impact educational strategies and personal development.

Join us as we navigate the complexities of learning styles, advocating for a tailored approach that recognizes and nurtures individual strengths.

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Kirk Patrick Miller is an award-winning and nominated author. His medication protocol (that shows clinical value in meta-studies) led to requests for him to write and publish his memoir “Chaos to Cured”.

He began consulting children, adults, and families in 2009 under the supervision and guidance of Dr. Robert Simon, MD. Mr. Miller’s first-hand experience overcoming mental health adversities has helped him guide hundreds of students and clients toward a life of empowerment and resiliency.

Mr. Miller is currently taking on clients willing to face themselves and stay the course. He can also be hired as a radio/podcast guest, or as a keynote speaker.

Mr. Miller continues to thrive and manage his bipolar I, OCD, generalized anxiety, and ADHD, against all odds. His mission is to help others achieve the happiness they deserve.

CONTACT: 303-875-4283 | realchaos2cured@gmail.com 

Follow Kirk on social media: @Chaos2Cured on Instagram | Twitter | Clubhouse | LinkedIn | YouTube | www.chaos2cured.com

Get a copy of Kirk’s books: Chaos to Cured | Dawn of Davna


Jeffrey N. Freed, M.A.T has specialized in working with both gifted children and people with autism for over 35 years. Jeffrey is the author of the New York Times best-selling book “Right Brained Children In a Left-Brained World” and co-author of “Four Weeks To An Organized Life For People With ADD”. Jeffrey is currently working exclusively with children and adults on the autistic spectrum.

CONTACT: 720-320-6398 | jeffreyfreed48@gmail.com




Get a copy of Jeffrey Freed’s book: Right-Brained Children In a Left-Brained World on Amazon

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