Good day Educators, this is Heleen Johnson from Educanda Do you also have a small group of learners in your class that seems to take up all your time? You end the day and you think , but I haven’t even given attention the the bulk of the class because these learners constantly ask for my attention. You explain to the group where they have to copy from the blackboard and this learner will put up his hand and say “Mam where do we have to copy from?” or you have a learner who knows his reader of by heart and yet he cannot read a single word. Or another learner during mental calculations can tell you that the answer is 23 then duly writes 32 in his book. These are the learners that potentially have a problem with their Visual Perception. And if you have any of those in your class, and I’m sure you do, you will benefit from attending our workshop TW-003 on Visual Perception. It’s in this workshop that we cover the aspects on Visual Perception. We really unpack it and look at things like Figure Ground Perception, Spacial Awareness, Form Constancy and Visual Closure. And we see the impact that poorly developed visuals skill could have on a learners work. We use Occupational Therapists to present these workshops, so that you can ask in depth questions and get practical advice, of exactly how to support a learner to ensure that you build those Visual Perceptual skills but at the same time support them while it is developing so that the work does not fall behind.