Develop skills to visualize clearly and represent information, data, knowledge, along with its application and usage using graphics.
Describe attribute of the objects which can help to sort, compare, construct, or model in the given contexts.
Location and Transitional Reasoning
Describe multi-step movement of the objects in the given contexts.
Example: Transformation of a triangle on a Cartesian plane. Triangle is defined by the three vertices and their location. The sequence of transformations (translation, reflection, rotation, dilation) may change the position and the size of the object which the student will visualize and describe .
Measurements and Comparison
Compare, estimate, and determine measurements in various contexts.
Example: Measurement of mass, length, time, area, volume, etc., in different units. This helps to understand that the variation of unit will give different count for the property which remains the same. Appropriate selection of units is important in the given context which the student appreciates.
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Confinement of space can be a problem and also a source of solution.
Engaging Minds approach helps students to appreciate and develop critical thinking skills for problem solving using space as a context.
NOTE: Few videos are selected to provide an overview of our approach and connection of learning with spatial sense at all levels. Students of all ages can benefit from this concept. Multiple choice test is at the end for junior students to explore.