I love learning.
One thing I wish I had known when I was at school is that every child has a different learning style. Most state schools don’t support this.
Turns out I’m a kinaesthetic and visual learner. I need to see something and then to touch it and complete it. Being taught by someone talking at me is very difficult for me to absorb. I just switch off.
I would like to see a massive overhaul of how kids are taught and to encourage and nurture individuality and creativity instead of cultivating conformity and ‘one-size-fits-all’.
Why Game-Based Learning will make your child Smarter infographic from Lido Learning covers the concept of using games to learn. The graphic covers scientific research that supports the theory.
Design 2.5 out of 5
The design is a a bit of a mish mash of styles but is colorful and clearly lays out the information in clear sections. It has a strong icon that represents the subject in the banner.
Illustration 2.5 out of 5
Several different styles of icon are used and I would prefer to see 1 cohesive style. But, graphics are well represented and supportive of the information.
Typography 2.5 out of 5
Content is clear and easy to read.
Content 3 out of 5
Content is relevant to the publisher and presents an interesting case for game-based learning.
Overall 2.5 out of 5
An infographic that presents an interesting concept with scientific research.