We Title I teachers know that many students learn through visual imput, whether it be illustrations, videos, games, or TV viewing. What we probably don't do enough is visual output - asking kids to draw pictures about what they are learning in vocabulary and understanding content. The author of this article was an illustrator herself in class and often used it as a technique to learn. She has translated "drawing" into a study strategy, one that I am sure would help many of our struggling learners. Be sure to look at the example illustrations. (Another term for this practice is sketchnoting.)
Read and share your ideas with colleagues.
Visual Notetaking in the Classroom. Wendi Pillars. 9.24.13. Education Week Teacher