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School of Teacher Education and Leadership
Due to the dramatic increase of technology in our world today, in addition to being textually literate, students must learn to be visually literate as well. Visual literacy essentially consists of the ability to read images. As students become more visually adept at reading images, teachers must become aware of their visual literacy strategies in order to adjust their instructional practices to support the new visual and verbal learner. This research consisted of interviewing elementary age students about wordless comic strips in order to answer the fundamental question: How do they do it? How do students in a modern age of technology and visual information read and interpret visuals?
Ford, Shantelle Marie, "Visual Literacy: How Do They Do It?" (2010). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 68.
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