EDUCATIVE EFFECTS OF SPATIAL VISUALISATION

Authors

  • Miloš Prokýšek Charles University in Prague
  • Vladimír Rambousek Charles University in Prague

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7160/eriesj.2013.060103

Keywords:

education, planar visualization, spatial visualization, mental model, spatial intelligence

Abstract

The article deals with the issue of the impact of spatial visualization on education. It reports on some of the findings of a research project focused on defining the correlation between components of spatial intelligence and absorbing the information presented by planar or spatial visualization. The research examined educational impact of differences in mental models of lower-secondary school students watching spatial visualization in relation to mental models formed through watching planar visualization and also a level of cognitive strain of learners perceiving spatial and planar visualization in relation to their specific predispositions, namely to various components of spatial intelligence.

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    Published

    2013-03-31

    How to Cite

    Prokýšek, M. and Rambousek, V. (2013) ’EDUCATIVE EFFECTS OF SPATIAL VISUALISATION’, Journal on Efficiency and Responsibility in Education and Science, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 24–33 https://doi.org/10.7160/eriesj.2013.060103.

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    Research Paper