Drawing is an integral learning tool
from By Pamela Hill
In schools, the act of drawing is often pigeonholed to specific areas of academics and instruction. It is observed in lower elementary grades as a constant, but less and less as students progress through higher level grades. As writing begins, drawing use is often reduced as the printed word takes the place of the illustrated word. However, drawing needs to be emphasized in instructional methods, and drawing is an important tool for students with learning disabilities.
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