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VISUAL LEARNING

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jared Mountan

on 2 October 2012

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A Few Examples: VISUAL LEARNING: They are often good at imagining 3-D objects that they can't see, like imagining the back of a building when standing in the front. Visual learners have an active imagination, and often remember things by in visioning images in their head. They learn better from using graphs, charts, or other visual aids. Architecture requires a mastery of visualization skills and the ability to think in 3D. These skills allow architects to take an intangible idea, put it down on paper and later on form the idea into a model. These are natural skills for a visual learner. Architecture A visual spatial learner typically can excel in any design-related profession such as graphic design, industrial design, fashion design and interior decorating.The job a visual learner pickes inside this area depends on what their hobbies and interests are. DESIGN Pablo Picasso
Leonardo da Vinci, Some Famous people who were visual learners: Born on April 15, 1452, in Vinci, Italy Leonardo da Vinci http://www.biography.com/people/leonardo-da-vinci-40396 Work Sitted: Visual learners sometimes view educational videos, shows, and movies to help them learn. They might include illustrations in notes they take, to help with studying. They often enjoy puzzles and brainteasers SO APPARENTLY RED DOESN'T SHOW UP ON THE PROJECTOR... SO I THINK I FIXED MY PREZI..... SO HERE'S THE (EDITED)
PRESENTATION WE MADE! Remember
this (the symbol) Some jobs well suited for visual learners Engineering Visual Arts Architecture Design Engineering: Engineers are required to keep focused on the overall end result throughout a variety of smaller projects. They usually have to keep in mind factors related to design, building principles, project management and business. Remembering these facts are easy for visual learners, because they are adept at visualizing pictures, designs, etc. Remember this too... VISUAL ARTS: These kind of jobs are obvious choices for a visual learner, because they involve images, colors, or textures. Some of these jobs include photographer, illustrator, art gallery curator, art museum guide, art teacher and visual art critic. Pablo Picasso Born October 25, 1881, Malaga, Spain Spanish expatriate painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, and stage designer died April 8, 1973 in Mougins, France. His best-known works are two of the most famous paintings of all time, the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. His scientific inquiries fill 13,000 pages, ranging from anatomy to war machines. Died May 2, 1519 http://www.biography.com/people/pablo-picasso-9440021 http://www.ehow.com/info_8454002_career-choices-visual-spatial-learner.html QUICK! WHICH PI(E) DID YOU SEE FIRST? HOW ABOUT SECOND? WERE YOU ABLE TO MEMORIZE ANY DIGITS OF PI? Visual learners: learning through images, pictures, and sights. BY JARED MOUNTAN AND JUSTIN MCGRAW
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