Teach Math with CREATIVITY
When you can engage both hemispheres of a student's brain at the same time, you'll activate neural pathways that lead to stronger focus and memory! By teaching your logical math courses with a bit of a creative, right-brained twist, you'll increase your students' learning and retention.
One of the best ways to do this is through visual note-taking. By using doodle notes, developing graphic representations as study guides, and using visual vocabulary strategies, your students will be able to make stronger mental connections. Try some of these strategies below to help students to blend VISUAL and LINGUISTIC information.
By blending the visual information and the words, students will be able to take full advantage of Dual Coding Theory and convert the lesson material to long term memory more smoothly!
"Doodle notes" are a unique visual note-taking method developed by Math Giraffe with built-in features that increase focus and memory by taking advantage of a collection of brain research, including Dual Coding Theory.
This brain-based visual note taking strategy helps maximize focus, learning, and retention of the lesson material.
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