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Educating people through [synesthetic experience] to heighten their ability to find new relationships and new associations that haven been discovered before.
My target audience will be secondary students.
Synaesthesia the “experience can be thought of as a “virtual” synaesthesia. If we can leverage virtual synesthesia to design for our future brain, then we should be introducing these connections whenever possible. Why doesn’t our alphabet have smell associated with it? There’s no reason, actually. As humans we never forget a scent. What would we get from a scent alphabet, even if it was unique to each of us? We would get a deeper and enhanced understanding of this man-made construct. It would aid in memory, in learning, in association, and in appreciation. For the visually impaired, the letter A, which they cannot see, would now have another sensorial element for interpretation and recognition.It would be a deeper way of knowing and being intimate with an A. It would be a stimulus for the adaptive brain’s potential. As Lotto says, “It might be that my brain can’t make sense of this information yet. But when it does, it can then respond to content that has been designed for that adaptive brain.”
What I have in mind is to provide a new way of learning science in Singapore schools. Since Synaesthesia is linked closely to science, I would have to interview students on what are the subjects, areas that they find difficult to cope in learning.(Example, like “names”,”formulas”,”tables”) Science subjects at secondary level ranges from Biology, Physics and Chemistry.