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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Sandra L. Eckert
Thu, 7 Mar 1996 20:09:41 -0500
I am currently involved in some interdisciplinary teaching, and have found
that drawing is a universal learning tool...of course WE knew that...at any
rate, I would like to read any documents that exist that discuss drawing in
this manner, that is, with the acquisition of newly learned information as
the product. I am interested in the process of visual learning, and how the
other subject areas could reach those of us who are extremely visual through
this medium. Do you know of any existing studies or texts?
I was particularly moved by a learning disabled student of mine who was
QUITE able to learn through drawing, but had trouble with letters, numbers,
etc., and my own experiences of learning world history through Art History.
Any classroom observations in this area would also be helpful to me. Thanks!
Maybe reply: DebbieDBAE: "Re: drawing"
Maybe reply: Sandra L. Eckert: "Re: drawing"