Visual learning Techniques
How can you learn visually?
- Make a habit to look at things differently.
- You will observe that with a changed vision, things work out well for you.
- However sometimes you are not able to visualize a picture of the situation.
- Drawing a diagram or map provides you ease for visualization.
- Looking situations with a different perspective altogether changes the meaning of situation for you.
- Remembering faces of people you meet should be a pre-condition, as it is useful and shows your awareness of remaining in the present.
- Use color, layout, and space to organize your ideas, facts and information.
- To help other person understand and visualize what you say, use ‘visual words’ in your assertions.
- Use mind maps to visually outline your information. Use color and pictures in place of text, wherever possible.
- Systems diagrams can also help you visualize the links between parts of a system.
- Use color to highlight major and minor links so that it catches the eye of a reader.
- The visual journey or story technique helps you memorize content that isn't easy to ‘see.’
- You can use peg words to memorize and recall the content easily and often.
- Behavior change can also be done with the help of visualization.