Graphic Organizers (Teaching and Learning)
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Graphic organizers can be useful tool in teaching and learning. This page lists resources tools, and a bibliography for learning more about this topic.
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- Baxendell, B. W. (2003). Consistent, coherent, creative: The 3 C's of graphic organizers. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 35(3), 46-53.
- Gil-Garcia, A., & Villegas, J. (2003). Engaging minds, enhancing comprehension and constructing knowledge through visual representations. Permalink
- Howson, A. (2008). Visual matters in learning and teaching. Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences, 1(3), 43-66.
- Using graphic organizers to improve teaching and learning - The IDEA Center Publications
- Designing and Using Visuals - BCIT
- Preparing and Using Student Handouts - BCIT
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