Is that where you illustrate the subject and then use
the words with/in the picture?
For example, If I were teaching paint concepts and I
want the students to do a concept map to help them
remember, I might get something like a tube of paint
with words like monochromatic, analogous and
complementary being squeezed out of the tube. Or
perhaps the word may take the shape of a pallete...
I like doing that, whatever it's called. Hadn't
thought of having students do it.
And that's why I like this list. It makes me think of
--- Sara <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> What about Art word walls, Art venn diagrams and Art
> concept mapping.
> How do you include these in your teaching?
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