A Field Guide to Using Visual Tools

A Field Guide to Using Visual Tools

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Visual tools are explored, including brainstorming webs, task-specific organizers, and thinking-process maps.Visual tools, and particularly thinking- process maps, are hands-on graphic, schematic mental models of concepts: students are able to ... tools provide a more concrete way to work with complexity, matching the capacities of our brains to see both the big picture and the ... The most commonly used map is the Venn diagram, developed in 1 898 by John Venn as a logic tool for showing category structure.

Title:A Field Guide to Using Visual Tools
Author: David Hyerle
Publisher:Assn for Supervision & Curriculum - 2000-01-01

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