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New Chalk Talk
In two recent issues of New Chalk Talk (Vol.6, Issue 2 & 6) I suggested that “learning objects” enhance active learning and that “visual learning objects”, in particular, contribute significantly to the learning relationship. In this issue I wish to elaborate on how such “visual learning objects” are the key element that liberates faculty from having to design and construct their own demonstrations and illustrations (reinvent the wheel) in their respective courses and thus enable them to focus on critical and active learning instead.
(2006). Visual Learning Objects: enable faculty to focus on active learning. New Chalk Talk, 6(7),
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"Visual Learning Objects: enable faculty to focus on active learning." New Chalk Talk, vol. 6,no. 7, 2006,