A Missing Link To Successful Learning

Eyes On Track

An educator's guide to improving students'
eye tracking and vision perception.


Grades 1 - 6



Have you or your child ever been labeled:

  • Lazy
  • Slow Learner
  • Dyslexic
  • Juvenile Delinquent
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Working Below Potential
  • Immature
  • "At Risk"
  • Behavior Problem
  • Learning Disabled

Are you wondering why....
So many students are struggling in the classroom?
There is an epidemic of students with attention problems?
So many students get frustrated with reading?
Educators, home schoolers, and parents get frustrated?


Students are struggling and we need to find additional ways to promote classroom success!


EYES ON TRACK offers solutions to educators and home school teachers to improve EYE TRACKING and VISUAL-PERCEPTUAL SKILLS!


The word vision is usually equated with the health of the eye, and it is assumed that "seeing" is the same as visual perception. It is also assumed, by a majority of educators and parents, that children and young adults with healthy eyes (20/20 eyesight) have no visual or perceptual problems and therefore, if material is presented to them, there is nothing to prevent their "seeing" it correctly and learning the material rapidly.
This assumption is false!

EYES ON TRACK is a system of FUN and INEXPENSIVE activities for the CLASSROOM, HOME SCHOOL, or for HOME!

Each activity improves one or more of the following visual skills necessary for successful learning:

Fixation (eye contact); improving the ability to keep attention focused

Eye Movement Control (eye tracking and eye-jumps); improving the ability to keep place while reading, align math problems/graphs correctly, improve copying, and reading fluency and comprehension.

Focusing; improving near/far work such as copying from the chalkboard or overhead projector, relieving eye strain and fatigue.

Eye/hand Coordination; improving shape and letter formation, copying, printing and handwriting.

Visual Bilaterality; improving directionality, form/letter/number perception, letter/number and word reversals.

Table of Contents >>


HOME  |  ORDER INFO  |  EYES ON TRACK BOOK INFO 
TABLE OF CONTENTS | NEAR VISION | SYMPTOM CHECK | THE AUTHORS

SEMINARS |  LINKS  |  DR. KRISTY REMICK  |  CONTACT US   |  METONE


Email: info@eyesontrack.com