Check out the Vanderbilt University's Center for Teaching (CFT) "Visual Thinking" resources page thoroughly - it is linked above. Spend some time exploring the various ways we can use images, visuals, and graphics in our classrooms to help students understand complex information. Now consider the students that you have observed in classrooms through your experience in this program and the teachers with whom you have come into contact. Is it, now more than ever, absolutely imperative that we employ visual teaching strategies in 21st century classrooms? If so, which of the ones presented here by the CFT have you seen teachers most use and which do you feel might be underused? What benefits might we see in classrooms today if we employ visual teaching approaches? Post your thoughts as comments below.