We often get the question about the empty spaces on our Input Charts for direct instruction. Early great artists might have been the first ones to use our Input Charts. Some early neurological research in an emerging field of neuroaesthetics shows the greatest artists of our time deliberately leave parts out of their paintings for us to fill in. When we fill them in, we are rewarded by our brains for doing so. In the same way, we leave empty spaces on our Input Charts to have students fill them.Read More
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