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Visual learning techniques

Visual learning is a proven method in which ideas, concepts, data and other information are associated with images and represented graphically. Webs, concept maps, idea maps and plots, such as stack plots and Venn plots, are some of the techniques used in visual learning to enhance thinking and learning skills.

Using Inspiration and Kidspiration, students create graphic organizers and outlines as they brainstorm ideas, organize information, gather research, make visual associations and identify connections.

Using InspireData, students build data literacy as they collect and explore information in a dynamic inquiry process, using integrated tables and plots to visually investigate, manipulate and analyze data.

Learn more about data literacy.

Learn more about the power of visual learning and see examples of techniques in Inspiration, InspireData and Kidspiration.

Idea Maps
Concept Maps

Submitted by Inspiration Software on Mon, 03/26/2007 - 12:57.

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