"Developing + Delivering Effective Group Programs"
Organized information is easier to process and store in the long-term memory than information that lacks an organizational framework. These Visual Organizers not only give program participants a preview of the structure of two different lectures, but they also provide a space to record key information within fillable fields.
The graphic in the first example illustrates how the lecture content fits together to form a larger picture. It also includes questions to stimulate reflection. The second example is more of a scavenger hunt as learners seek out specific concepts and terms. One project was developed using InDesign and Acrobat and the other using Word and Acrobat.