5. Nonlinguistic Representation

Enhance students' ability to represent and elaborate on knowledge using mental images.

Recommendations for Classroom Practice 
(from Using Technology with Classroom Instruction That Works):
  1. Use graphic organizers to represent knowledge.
  2. Have students create physical models of knowledge.
  3. Have students generate mental pictures of the knowledge they are learning.
  4. Use pictures or pictographs to represent knowledge.
  5. Have students engage in kinesthetic activities representing their knowledge.
What software programs or Web 2.0 tools are used at your campus to help students create mental images of their knowledge?