Creative Teaching & Learning

How To Use Visual Tools For Thinking, Learning And Feeling

Visual tools can not only lead to students significantly improving content and conceptual learning but engender self-reflection and empathic understanding. In advance of his course for TeachingTimes, David Hyerle, provides an insight in the their power and promise

There was a moment when I knew that visual tools were more powerful in the hands of learners than the simple boxes, ovals, webs, and arrows that are commonly used for basic brainstorming and graphic organization of ideas.

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