Friday, September 6, 2013

new insights on visualizing

I discovered something I didn't know before a few hours ago from my third graders. We were talking about First Day Jitters and I asked who could see what was going on. Then a student told me he was hearing the characters voices and the kids in the hallway from the story. I couldn't hear it, I'm visual. Then we did a quick three corners including the kids whose bodies started slumping when Sarah was slumping. Only one student was left not in a corner. He didn't visualize, listen, or act out the story. He wasn't in the story with us. He said he doesn't usually like stories and he forgets them easily. Then the other kids told them they just remember what they saw, heard, or did while reading. We need a new name for visualizing because we are leaving out learners who are really experiencing the stories.

1 comment:

  1. Hi ,

    I happened to chance upon your blog and found it very interesting!

    We have recently launched a science app that uses augmented reality to enhance classroom teaching. The app has 3D models for kindergarten to grade 12. I thought you might want to check it out and may be review it on your blog, if possible.

    It is a paid app(with a few models free) but in case you are interested in trying it out I will be happy to provide you with a free copy.

    The link to the app is: 

    iPhone/iPad
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/augmenter-augmented-reality/id997354409?ls=1&mt=8

    android:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.augmented.android

    You can also search for the app on the app store as 'Augmenter'.

    Do let me know if you would be interested. I am really Looking forward to your response.

    happy teaching!

    Antara
    antara@augmenterapp.com
    http://augmenterapp.com/

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