Dual Coding for Teachers

Dual Coding for Teachers

As part of the discovery of cognitive science, teachers are waking up to the powers of dual coding - combining words with visuals in your teaching. But cognitive scientists aren't graphic designers, and so their books don't show teachers how to be competent in producing effective visuals. There is a huge gap between what we know about dual coding and the skills needed to practice it effectively in the classroom. Until now.Dual Coding With Teachers is a breakthrough educational book. No other book has been designed with both cognitive science and graphic principles in mind. Every page contains diagrams, infographics, illustrations and graphic organisers. The book is designed to cater for both the busy teacher in a rush, as well as the research-hungry colleague. Over 35 teachers, teacher developers, psychologists and information designers are profiled, each with a double-page spread, highlighting their dual coding practice.The author, Oliver Caviglioli, is uniquely placed to bridge the gap between education and graphic design. A former special school head teacher, Oliver learned design principles from an early age from his architect and typographer father. Four decades of reading educational research has found its visual expression in this spectacular, image-rich book.

  • Format: Paperback | 198 pages
  • Dimensions: 210 x 148 x 12.7mm | 408.23g
  • Publication date: 03 Sep 2019
  • Publisher: John Catt Educational Ltd
  • Publication City/Country: Suffolk, United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • Illustrations note: Illustrations, color
  • ISBN10: 1912906252
  • ISBN13: 9781912906253
  • Bestsellers rank: 94,136

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