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Action Steps - Conclusion
Conclusion > Action Steps
In conclusion, since we are now convinced that visual learning is effective and helpful yet mostly under-utilised, we should and need to take action steps to overcome the limitations, and each do our part to promote and use more visual learning, thus making a difference in our schools.
So, visual learning will definitely cater to the needs of the particular type of a group of students who are primarily visual learners. They need the visual stimulus and they need visuals to help them to either recall or remember key concepts and understanding.
Teachers probably have to be given time to go through professional development courses to learn how to create or edit videos
Directors/Deans/Subject Heads in the school
How to integrate Visual Learning?
We have tried and observed some instances of visual learning being integrated in the curriculum, and these can serve as examples as a starting point on how to integrate visual learning inside the curriculums in different creative ways. Please click on the links below to see how we can be integrating Visual Learning into...
Instead of teaching programming with just pure text that is hard to comprehend, Raffles Institution tried teaching with Alice, a method of teaching programming in a more visual form and the results of Alice proves the importance of visual learning.
Diagrams definitely help students to fully understand certain concepts such as the forming of trenches, longshore drift, etc.
Using interactive geometric software such as Geogebra to construct geaphs, Raffles Institution taught Secondary Three Students fundamental geometry.
With the use of interesting visual activities such as drawing and art, Raffles Institution integrated visual learning into the learning of English Literature.