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Visual Literacy in Teaching and Learning
Design & Technology
Pages 7 (1757 words)
Visual literacy can be defined as the ability to interpret and generate images for communicating ideas and concepts. The idea of visual literacy as a theoretical concept was introduced by John Debes in 1969 (Elkins, 2007)…
It refers to a group of vision competencies which human beings develop by seeing and integrating other sensory experiences at the same time. Apparently, the development of these competences is important to normal human learning. In this regard, when these competencies are developed, they enable people who are visually literate to discriminate and interpret visible actions, symbols, objects, whether or natural or man-made, that they encounter in their environment (Elkins, 2007). Through the creative use of these competencies, people are able to communicate with others effectively. Research has proved that the use of visuals in teaching enhance learning to a larger extent. Proper utilization of visuals results in a greater degree of learning. This paper examines the application of visual literacy in the teaching and learning process as a contemporary issue in visual literacy. Description of visual literacy in teaching and learning In the recent years, there has been a tremendous increase in the use of visual elements in teaching and learning processes. ...
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