By Yuefei Su, CEO of Amath
Visual ability refers to the process and ability of the brain to recognize and respond after receiving external information from the eyes. Visual ability includes the following 6 aspects: visual space ability, visual filling ability, visual memory ability, visual speed, visual attention.
Visual spatial ability refers to the ability of children to accurately grasp and express the size, shape, distance, and orientation of objects in visual space. This ability is very important for children’s writing, understanding of mathematical concepts, calculations, and handling more complex learning problems.
Visual filling ability refers to the child’s ability to recognize and distinguish objects without some stimuli. For example, just seeing the neck of a giraffe can tell what animal he saw.
Visual memory ability means that children compare what they see now with their previous experiences, then classify, integrate and store them in the brain.
The speed of vision is the speed of reading a book or seeing things or objects.
Visual attention is very important, because if children do not have visual attention, then other abilities such as visual memory and visual comprehension cannot be discussed.
Amath uses gamification to train children’s visual ability, and children learn easily in games