Visual Learning Grids

The Footnotes Programme uses visual learning grids based around the use of a paper (or digital) grid. There are many different versions of this grid, which are applicable in all sorts of contexts. The current list contains more than 30 applications, and it’s growing all the time as more are always being developed!

If your area of expertise has a particular need, it could well be that a grid we haven’t made publicly available exists just for you; so do make contact and ask us.

Visual learning grids that aid learning and processing from a variety of subjects.

Whether you need help with your homework, literacy, numeracy,  passing exams, these visual learning grids enables you to learn more efficiently.

Below is a selection of some of the uses of the Footnotes learning grids, or use the link underneath the image to download them as a PDF file. Many of these modules have applications to multiple fields.

To find out more about any of the strategies you can book an online tutorial from anywhere around the world, attend a training day, or invite one of our trainers to run a tailor-made programme within your organisation. This training is delivered in modular format, with each module representing a different grid, and is offered either for personal use or up to facilitator level.

 The origins of these ideas can be found in the book ‘In Search of Words’, also available through our site, in print or digital format.

Visual learning grids that aid learning and processing from a variety of subjects. Whether you need help with your homework, numeracy issue or passing exams, these visual learning grids enables you to learn more efficiently.
Visual learning grids that aid learning and processing from a variety of subjects. Whether you need help with your homework, numeracy issue or passing exams, these visual learning grids enables you to learn more efficiently.

Here are a couple of speakers who I present with, John and Thomas.

Professor John Stein speaks about the gifts of Dyslexia.
https://www.ox.ac.uk/news-and-events/find-an-expert/professor-john-stein

Thomas West speaks about Creative Visual Thinkers.
https://krasnow.gmu.edu/trustees/biotw/

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