Difference between revisions of "Visual-verbal integration"

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See also [[integration]] and [[coordination]].
 
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==Brief statement of principle==
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==Description of principle==
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===Operational definition===
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===Examples===
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==Experimental support==
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===Laboratory experiment support===
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===In vivo experiment support===
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==Theoretical rationale==
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(These entries should link to one or more [[:Category:Learning Processes|learning processes]])
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==Conditions of application==
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==Caveats, limitations, open issues, or dissenting views==
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==Variations (descendants)==
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==Generalizations (ascendants)==
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Revision as of 11:12, 28 October 2007

Visual-verbal integration: The process by which learners combine visual and verbal knowledge into a coherent, flexible knowledge representation.

For example, in geometry, students need to connect the conceptual definition of a geometry principle (e.g., a verbal understanding of "Vertical Angles") with the visual diagram features that correspond to the relevant verbal knowledge (e.g., the visual instantiation of "Vertical Angles" in a problem diagram).

See also integration and coordination.

Brief statement of principle

Description of principle

Operational definition

Examples

Experimental support

Laboratory experiment support

In vivo experiment support

Theoretical rationale

(These entries should link to one or more learning processes)

Conditions of application

Caveats, limitations, open issues, or dissenting views

Variations (descendants)

Generalizations (ascendants)

References