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RE NEW THEORIES ON VISUAL LEARNING?

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Robert Beeching (robprod)
Fri, 23 Jan 1998 14:54:05 -0800


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Wendy wrote: 01/23/98

"...CONSIDERING A NEW THEORY ABOUT VISUAL LEARNING CAN BE AS EXCITING AS
DISCOVERING A NEW MEDIA OR TECHNIQUE."
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"Theory" and "practice" are two separate issues. An "idea" is not the
"object" but an assumption about the "object." I am curious to hear your
views on the "new theory about visual learning." Please elaborate!

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Wendy wrote: 01/23/98

"...CONSIDERING A NEW THEORY ABOUT VISUAL LEARNING CAN BE AS EXCITING AS DISCOVERING A NEW MEDIA OR TECHNIQUE."
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"Theory" and "practice" are two separate issues. An "idea" is not the "object" but an assumption about the "object." I am curious to hear your views on the "new theory about visual learning." Please elaborate!

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