By Jan Kuyper Erland
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This is reprinted with permission
American Society For Training and Development's
"Performance In Practice". Winter 2000-2001
Have you ever stopped to consider
what is the root of these problems? It appears
the answer lies in how we process
and apply information.
spatial (art & design, basketball
plays, golf putting, laying floor tile)
figural (pictures, graphics, design)
symbolic (reading, writing, mathematics,
Recently, I tested an applicant
for a copy editor position. When a low average visual profile was
revealed, he responded, “What difference does it make?”
Begin by asking: How will
I go about learning this new program?
Practice the new program daily.
Take brief notes forming codes and
review them daily.
Memorize each sub menu by diligently
practicing each feature.
Learn keystroke codes, repeating
the codes two or three times to increase speed.
Jan Kuyper Erland, M. S. Program Content Developer, Intervention Consultant
The Bridge To Achievement ®