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Visual Learning and why is it the best?
Transcript of Visual Learning and why is it the best?
(aid) -Constant Eye Contact -Imagination -Visual Stimuli -evoking functional reaction
(bringing unwanted reaction) -Doodling -Study Technique -Colour-coding
mind maps/ essays -Pablo Picasso, Leonardo
da Vinci, Frank Lloyd Wright,
Steven Spielberg were all visual learners. -For visual learners the whiteboard is sort of your best friend, since you tend to doodle, and visualize maps while communicating Fact File Optimal (best) Subjects for this learning style Visual Arts Architecture Navigation (Maps) Photography Planning & Design A picture has a thousand words for a visual learner Two sub-categories for visual learners Linguistics Spatial Written Language Diagrams and Pictures reading, and writing remember everything that is written down demonstrations, videos, and other material Imagination How does it really help? Clarifying thoughts Organize and analyze information Include new knowledge Help think critically Students can realize how ideas are connected with there images Visual Learning
Style By: Janujan, Jonathan, Lovedeep, Paolo, Shahina Visual learners tend to pay more attention to presentations (such as power points) if it is associated with images supported with words. Visual thinking/learning is when the learner understands ideas associated with a form of diagram of image. Linguistic visual learners would prefer writing and text better than diagrams and a visual aid. Spatial visual learners would prefer diagrams rather than text, and therefore they might get overwhelmed by text and written work. When trying to remember notes visual and linguistic learners commonly close their eyes to remember text or pictures they have forgotten -Is good at spelling but forgets names easily
-Needs quiet study time since we get distracted easily with movement
-Has to think awhile before understanding assignments or word problems
-is great with colors
-Dreams in color.
-Understands/likes charts. Visual learners tend to use the right hemisphere of the brain rather then the left Characteristics and Common Phrases Inferring and Describing For a visual learner, an image can include thousands of words. Therefore, images can represent or resemble anything to a person depending on their skill of describing and inferring relating to schema. Visual learners are great with inferring and finding hidden messages or pictures in advertisements, stories, etc. Basically, they can read behind the lines and distinguish messages that are providing a mental image. The mental image is also more explicit in the minds of a visual learner. -Research states that the majority of the students in a classroom learn with seeing something Comprehension to grouping and organizing ideas -Let's look at it differently.
-See how this works for you.
-I can't quite picture it.
-Let's draw a diagram or map.
-I'd like to get a different perspective. Essentially we have different point of views, since visual learners can visualize an image or specific perspective -Sticky notes (puny notes to review) -Hand gestures illustrating images -Consistent contact to portray an
understanding to topics a key advantage includes the relationships and patterns that can be distinguished due to diagrams and plots an entire page of information can be converted to a small diagram or any form of a visual aid research also confirms that students recite information better when it is portrayed in both a visual and verbal manner students make better connections when they attach verbal and visual info; also assists with recalling details A typical visual learner -a process, and