Memorizing Information, but Not Knowing How to Share It
Kids with NVLD tend to have great rote memory skills. This means they can memorize lots of information without working hard at it. But they don’t always know how to share what they know.
They may go around the classroom telling the same thing to different students (even the ones who clearly aren’t interested). This is because kids with NVLD have a hard time noticing nonverbal cues. Nonverbal cues might
include when a classmate changes his posture to suggest he’s not interested, rolls his eyes or makes a comment in a sarcastic tone of voice.