If students are not trained to ask basic questions about the images which confront them, if they are not asked to examine the knowledge and assumptions which they already possess, they are being denied the opportunity to develop the most simple and essential critical tools.
An American educator who developed the Cone of Experience. He made several contributions to audio and visual instruction, including a methodology for analyzing the content of motion pictures.
I became aware of Dale's work by reading "Audio Visual Methods in Teaching" from 1946. Since I was involved in the selection and purchase of AV materials for the OCPS (Orlando FL) school system, his work and research were important guide posts.