Posts Tagged ‘visual learners’

Thinking in Pictures With Inspiration

Temple Grandin: The world needs all kinds of minds

Tweet In Temple Grandin’s inspiring speech on TED.com 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 »

How to Reach Every Learner

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Tweet These days, it is fairly common knowledge that students learn in individual and different ways. This is because everyone has a unique way of absorbing information. Over the past century, psychologists have taken a close look at the ways in which people uniquely comprehend information. These valuable studies help shape the way Inspiration® Software Read more »

Do You See What I’m Saying?

Tweet I’m a visual thinker. This means that if you ask me for directions to the library down the street, I will give you vivid images with colorful landmarks that point you in the direction of where you need to go. I dream in color and I perform well on tests when I’ve reviewed a Read more »

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