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Verbal and visual modes boost learning when used together. Incorporate hands-on drawing, and the potential for learning and retention is even greater!
Introducing a consistent visual component to the curriculum can help students better engage with materials, increase retention by 29-42%, and develop higher-order thinking skills, among other positive outcomes.
Renowned psychologist Dr. Deirdre Lovecky in 1986 explored the characteristics and needs of gifted adults. Her article today still holds many relevant insights.
Paul Torrance’s Manifesto for Children, written in 1983, continues to be relevant. Nurturing creativity in kids benefits their growth and development, the quality of their lives, and the prospects for a better future for all.
Sketchnoting is a form of visual note-taking that includes words and images. It engages the brain visually and verbally and improves engagement, understanding, and recall.
Visual journals are an effective learning tool in academic areas including English language arts, math, science, social studies, and elective courses.
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