Photo Learning

Everyone possesses a type of photo graphic memory. When we look in to mirror first thing in the morning, everyone recognises the look on their own face, they recognise the front of their home they live in and they car they use.

However, some people refine this visual memory skill to such an extent that they can remember diagrams, graphs and just plain text at ease. This has obvious benefits for all students at all ages. For photo learning we enhance each student’s visual memory skills by enlarging their perceptual screen size and explaining how to “gridate” it.

We instruct students how to appreciate the difference between Visual Dynamic Memory and Visual Static Memory and apply these to study for different subjects.