Tremendous Benefits of Visual Learning via Curated Videos and Quizzes

Visual learning has become the new mantra of education. In traditional education, students had to listen to lectures delivered by teachers where teachers explained things by writing them on black or white boards and students had to put their heads into large volumes of printed books.

Today is the time of video learning. Students get an opportunity to watch educational videos in classrooms. These videos are supported by an educational curriculum and help students to gain knowledge from a variety of sources.

If you are still implementing the traditional method of teaching in your home or school, it’s time to stop training ineffectively and train and educate with curated videos and quizzes. You don’t need to leave the traditional method altogether if you are not comfortable with teaching with visual content, but you can surely merge both the methods to gain the best of both worlds.

In this regard, you can take help of a very good resource named LOOK on which two types of people work – visual learners and visual curators. A visual learner can be students, parents, entrepreneurs, employees, veterans or whoever that wants to learn something. A visual curator can be parents, after-school mentors, K-12 teachers, college faculties, workforce training instructors or anyone else. A curator curates and delivers visual resources (VR & AR, videos, video quizzes) for visual learners via LOOK. These visual resources are of a great help for you or your child to get better educated and grow your skills.

Here are some prominent benefits of visual learning.

Better Tools for Learning

An image has a deep impact on a student’s brain. When a student learns through educational videos, he is able to use a large part of his mental power because a major portion of human brain is exclusively devoted to process visual information.

Story Telling – an Effective Way to Master a Topic

Visual learning makes student concentrate only on watching an animated video instead of reading any text. Each frame of an educational video tells a different story. A video introduces you to the way in which an event occurs. Thus you get better understanding of how things take place because it is picturised before you.


Visual content makes an ideal self-study tool. You can choose from a range of audio and video contents and can start learning. E.g. the above-mentioned platform LOOK helps you best in this because they collect all videos shared by people and organizations in one single place and curators organize them by persons and topics. This prevents loss of videos within emails, text messages, YouTube, Slack, handouts, WhatsApp, web browser tabs and so on. You get them whenever you want them and start learning.

So, what do you think now? Are you ready to jump on to the train of visual learning?