Use visuals to encourage group activities.
Students can study together, make
sense of, discuss, hypothesize, or make decisions about the content. Students can
work together to interpret and describe the diagrams, or use the diagrams to solve
problems, conduct related research, or work through a case study activity.
Use visuals during reviews.
Students can review key vocabulary, concepts,
principles, processes, and relationships displayed visually. This recall helps link prior
knowledge to new information in working memory, building integrated mental models.
Use visuals for assignments and to assess learning.
For example, learners
could be asked to identify samples of concepts portrayed in visuals.
Use visuals to apply facts or concepts to realistic situations or examples.
example, a familiar photograph, such as one of mountain climbers, can illustrate key
information about breathing, linking this new concept to prior knowledge.
Anatomy and Physiology Visual Library
All photographs, figures, and other visuals from the text are online and in
be used as you wish in the classroom. The images are included in a variety of formats, such as
labeled, unlabeled, and unlabeled with leader lines. In addition, many illustrations or photos
not included in this text can be found in the Visual Library. These online electronic files allow
you to easily incorporate images into your PowerPoint presentations as you choose, or to
create your own materials.
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