References about visual learning and spatial intelligence
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The Hidden Earth: Visualization of Geologic Features and their Subsurface Geometry part of SERC Web Resource CollectionJessey David
This PDF from researchers at Arizona State University illustrates useful graphs, charts and maps with which to teach undergraduates petrology and other processes beneath the earth's surface.
Web Design Guide part of SERC Web Resource Collection
Lines, Blobs, Crosses, and Arrows: Diagrammatic Communication with Schematic Figures part of SERC Print Resource Collection
B. Tversky, J. Zacks, P. U. Lee, J. Heiser
In making diagrams to communicate, people use a small number of symbols or schematic figures. The meaning of a diagram as a whole depends in part on the schematic figures used within the diagram and ...
The Hidden Earth: Visualization of Geologic Features and their Subsurface Geometry part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Michael D. Piburn, Stephen J. Reynolds, Debra E. Leedy, Carla M. McAuliffe, James P. Burk, Julia K. Johnson
Describes development and testing of computer-based materials for improving understanding of topographic maps and block diagrams and the associated visualization skills. Paper presented at the annual ...
Animation: Can It Facilitate? part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Barbara Tversky, Julie Morrison, Mireille Betrancourt
Software for Assisting High School Students in the Spatial Perception of Geological Structures part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Yael Kali, N. Orion
This paper investigates students' spatial perception of three-dimensional geological structures. Software was developed to assist students in developing the spatial skills needed for such perception. ...
Development and Evaluation of Where are We?: Map-skills Software and Curriculum part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Kim Kastens, D. Kaplan, K. Christie-Blick
Improvements in the instructional materials used in the prototype version of the Where are We program were accomplished through formative evaluation. These improvements include replacement of ...
An Interactive Multimedia Tool for Helping Students to Translate from Maps to Reality and Vice Versa part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Kim Kastens, D. VanEsselstyn, R. McClintock
This article outlines the rationale and implementation of the early phases of the Where are We? map utilization program. This program uses multimedia technology to help students understand how 2-D ...
Spatial Schemas in Depictions part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Depictions, such as maps, that portray visible things are ancient whereas graphics, such as charts and diagrams, that portray things that are inherently not visible, are relatively modern inventions. ...
Relationship between Earth Science Education and Spatial Visualization part of SERC Print Resource Collection
N. Orion, D. Ben-Chaim, Y. Kali