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Little Chen, as usual, has gotten into trouble again. This time, he's reaching school late every day. Unless he finds a route to school that takes less time, he won't make it in time, and will have to face the horror of detention.
Who will save Little Chen once again, and prevent the catastrophe of him having to go for detention? Watch to find out!
This visual focuses on Computer Science, or more specifically Dijkstra's Algorithm.
Little Chen is still failing his Maths and he wants to know more efficient methods to improve his speed of calculation. With the help of the professor once again, he learns of this "magical" method. How fast can you calculate 532 x 814? With practice and this method, he can do it mentally in less than 15 seconds!
If he can do it, so can you! Learn about that method that is easy to remember when visualized.
Little Chen broke his thermometer and cannot continue on his Science experiment in the forest. However, there is a way to continue - let's learn how he can use cricket chirping to find out the temperature.
With the use of a special formula his father just happened to know about, Little Chen discovers this special link between temperature and the number of cricket chirps.
Visual learning is not only limited to IT resources but also any form of teaching involving visualization. One such method is the use of mind maps and concept maps to teach and explain abstract concepts that may be related to one another.