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As researchers at Loughborough University, we’re running an experiment to see if using images in lectures can help students better understand and engage with the subject being taught. We think that lectures can be greatly improved if we use high quality images as well as words, instead of mostly just words – because a picture really can be worth a thousand words. Teaching with images and text mirrors how our brains learn because humans are dual processors of information – we understand the world around us through visual processing as well as through the things we hear and read. We believe this increases attention, engagement and active learning, for neurostandard students and for those experiencing conditions like dyslexia as well.

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