Reviews and Testimonials
This volume collects 13 articles by science professionals, digital artists, and other researchers from the US, Europe, and China, who discuss knowledge visualization and visual literacy in science education. Sections address key ideas in cognitive and visual thinking in relation to teaching and learning science, perception and cognition and the design of a split-brain user interface, visualization, and the fourth dimension; knowledge visualization in biology, math, digital media, and music; methods for teaching computing and programming skills using video tutorials and metaphoric visualization; and theoretical and practical materials for teaching and learning science.
– ProtoView Reviews
This is a provocative book in every sense of the adjective. Authors based across the world consider how art has informed, is informing, and will inform science education. The authors’ assessments are built on approaches ranging from stream of consciousness to conventional mathematical formulae.
– Diane M. Calabrese, American Books Annual