Using Visual Methods | Origin: ED310
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Teaching Medical Terminology in Fun and Exciting Ways --> Using Visual Methods
Post what you've learned about this topic and how you intend to apply it. Feel free to post questions and comments too.
I never thought to incorporate visual note taking in the classroom. This is a fun way to memorize terminology!
Yes, I have never used visual note taking before! I will need to incorporate this!
Although 1 and 5 people are artistic, I think the visual note taking is awesome for the students to remember.
I learned a great deal and have more to learn. I will seek out additional information in an effort to help not only me but my students to succee.
T have learned from this module is that there are many ways to engage the student to actively participate in his or her learning and as a facilitator, it is my responsibility to assess my students and come up with the best format for my group.
Visual note taking is another level. Thank you!
I enjoyed reading through the different types of learning activities to engage students in terminology. The assignment that I would implement in class first would be the Draw a tem because students have better retention when they are physically a part of the activity.
I learned some new spins to some of the techniques I was using that will help break up some of the class clicks. i can pictured which students in my present class will enjoy the charades the most.
Visual note-taking is a great technique for some students.
I like the idea of breaking up class/lecture with some of these activities like charades or draw a term.
I love the visual methods like beat the clock and even having a large sketch pad in the class to jot terms and other ideas for increasing student engagement and retention. We are a society that loves to compete.
I really like all these ideas and am looking forward to implementing several of them!
I love the Charades using fun and humor in the classroom engages in learning.
I have learned many new visual techniquesand ideas to stimulate my classroom. I think Draw a term would be a great visual game the students would have fun with and learn at the same time.
This module goes more in-depth on the concept that many people are visual learners. This module gave us examples of how we can apply this knowledge to help students learn. I like the idea of breaking up the monotony of lecture every so often, to do a visual activity, to help reinforce a topic.
I love that these ideas incorporate all different learning styles. Theyve given me some great ideas, and I will try to adapt some to online learning.
I IS A GREAT IDEA TO INCLUDE THESE VISUAL METHODS IN THE TEACHING TECHNIQUES TO FULFILL THE PURPOSE OF DELIVERING THE INFORMATIONS TO OUR STUDENTS.
I like the concept of visual note taking. I'm going to try it.
Understanding visual aids is greater than hanging informative posters its incorporating them into the lesson plan as a memorization activity.
I have felt pretty confident with multiple learning styles, however, not all. I can't relate to the analytical person and therefore son't have as many tools in my toolbox for all learners.