Visual learning

Let’s start with intuition itself. How do we think? When we remember the past, we evoke a mental image, and when we plan or wish for the future, we do it again too. If we want to relax and indulge in fantasies without limits, we imagine something unreal, yet unexperienced. We think visually. We all do it every day, effortlessly. We would find it difficult to function without visualization.

Even when Einstein thought about a problem, he always felt the need to express the subject of the problem in as many different ways as possible, including diagrams. He visualized solutions and believed that words and numbers did not play as significant role in the process of his thinking.

What is visual learning?

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