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Graphic organizers are visual representations of knowledge, concepts or ideas. They are known to help

  • relieve learner boredom
  • enhance recall
  • provide motivation
  • create interest
  • clarify information
  • assist in organizing thoughts
  • promote understanding

They take many forms:

IshikawaCause,Effect

Ishikawa's Cause & Effect diagram (fishbone chart)

  • Sequence Organizers
    • Chain
    • Ladder
    • Cycle
  • Concept Development Organizers

See: Visualization

Resources: Inspiration Software (http://www.inspiration.com ) develops and publishes visual learning tools that can be used to create graphic organizers such as concept maps, diagrams and webs.

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