Learning portraits are all about enriching spoken teachings and facilitates easy and quick learning. They also bring out learner’s emotions and feelings quite well as well as making the learning process quite interactive and practical. Learning portraits are very effective when used in teaching slow learners or young kids since words are enriched with real world symbols on portraits.
I choose this portrait basically because I am so interested in art and it seems to reveal several aspects regarding art. Firsts the choice of colors is just exceptional making the portrait seem like a real-time picture rather that works of art. The background contrast so well with the young girls and the dog’s color and also all the features in the girl and the dog can be easily seen from a single look at the portrait.
Visible learning refers to serene learning procedures that will enhances student learning visibility by enabling teachers to determine their impacts on student learning process and moreover enabling student teaching visibility such that they can learn by their own. Visible learning describes the conceptualization of the group and individual learning in strengthening and enhancing learning and teaching in or outside the classrooms. Visible Learners define procedures that teachers need to glimpse beyond the surface-level in comprehending who students are, and their requirements. Reggio Emilia defines a progressive research approach of making learning visible through group learning, interpretation of objects and artifacts and recording to formulate evident teacher visibility in students’ learning. Visible learning is accentuated based on the five key principles committing that learning is purposeful, figurative, emotional, social, and empowering service.
The articulation that learning sparks the emotional connections bestows the students learning power in expressing different ideas in a proportionate manner. According to Reggio, the inspired learning principles and expressive approaches portray the student learning reflections through student descriptive quotes, photos, and examples. The emotional leaning connection offers a distinct technique in utilizing the progressive and research-based practice in triggering learning through critical thinking and effective teacher and student association collaboration in and outside the classroom. Learners and learning are made visible through sophisticated resources and tools that carry learning incentives individually and groups within and outside the classroom. The refined tools provide teachers, student administrators, and professional development learning designers with prorated measures in supporting student teaching. Moreover, they strategized on learner’s incentives that involve students more unswervingly in learning and teaching decisions which determinedly emphasize better learning intentionality.