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visual learning

[′vizh·ə·wəl ′lərn·iŋ]
(psychology)
A type of sensory learning that is controlled by the cortical visual areas of the brain.
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It has new visual learning aids, new professional readings and visual selections, a new organization for expository writing assignments and writing researched essays, and new coverage of how to read multimodal texts.
The LV Move platform provides hands-on visual learning and formal scripts, to instantly guide Distributors through the business processes of prospecting, receiving customer orders, and enrolling their own customers and Distributors into their businesses.
The passion GenXers and Millennials have for YouTube, Pinterest, and Instagram makes sense once you know about how curricula shifted to emphasize oral, aural, and visual learning when those cohorts attended elementary school.
Brown added that her mission is to revolutionize the way people think and learn by incorporating visual learning in the form of doodling and she wants to push adults to start doodling and to hone the skills of people who already doodle.
of Technology and Economics, Hungary, as part of its Visual Learning Lab research seminars.
With 'College on Cloud', IHC students will use the latest in visual learning, information sharing, and classroom collaboration tools deployed in the cloud, said a statement.
In this paper, concept mapping and/or visual learning software, unless specifically stated otherwise, refers to this type of application.
The study marks the first time that any insect has demonstrated such a high level of specialized visual learning, said Sheehan, lead author of a paper on the topic scheduled for online publication in the journal Science on Thursday, Dec.
In an excellent chapter, "How Understanding the Neurobiology of Autism Can Help You Choose Effective Teaching Strategies," Graham Rowell Huesmann observes: "Because many high-functioning people with autism describe themselves as visual thinkers, there is a great opportunity here for the visual arts and visual learning to lead the way in the education of students with autism.
The current study assesses the instructional impact of a treatment designed to facilitate the learning of object-oriented systems development (OOSD) for students who previously demonstrated an inclination towards a visual learning style.
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