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Thinking in Pictures With Inspiration

Temple Grandin: The world needs all kinds of minds

Tweet In Temple Grandin’s inspiring speech on titled “Temple Grandin: The world needs all kinds of minds,” she talks about how – as an autistic mind – she sees and thinks about the world around her in pictures.1 Grandin describes the minds of children and adults on the autism and Asperger spectrum as being Read more »

Emphasize Quality Over Quantity in Student Research Projects

Tweet This is the information age. The Web is a fast track to continuous volumes of information. When your students type a few search terms in Google’s search bar and click enter, the biggest hurdle is not the amount of information that appears in their search results. Instead, the biggest hurdle is sifting through the Read more »

QUICK LESSON: Visual Learning Maps Explained

Mind Map Example

Tweet Before joining Inspiration® Software, I was exposed to a few visual learning strategies as pre-writing and brainstorming tools. In fact, I would argue that many of us who are not formal educators or studied in this area have informally used visual learning techniques at some time or another without ever knowing the proper name Read more »

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