"Learning skills are the underlying thinking skills formally known as attention, visual/auditory processing, memory, processing, word strike and auditory analysis. Most of our children sense these skills through reading, writing, spelling, paying attention, remembering, recalling and how quick we can talk to a request.
In my past few articles I have been discussing the “attention” learning skill. My past two articles discuss two of three types of attention. Specifically, I discussed divided and selective attention. Divided attention is the potential to pay attention to more than one thing at a time. Selective attention is the skill that enables us to really choose what we will pay attention to. "