Cameron Adams. Co-Founder & CPO, Canva
Imagery helps embed content into long-term memory. According to leading education specialists, images are directly processed in the hippocampus function of the brain. Meaning, content with imagery is more likely to be understood and stored long-term.
The human brain processes 90% of its information visually. As these images are processed, we are naturally programmed to interpret them with less effort, freeing up more space to absorb and analyse new information.
Accompanying relevant, high-quality images with your microlessons mean better learning experiences. Images can simplify complex topics, instil concepts, and spark original or creative thought, enabling a deeper understanding of the material at hand.