The image has always had an extraordinary value on a par with the text. Printing methods, such as printing and photography, have mechanized the graphic representation of writing and drawing. However, technological development has not prevented the education of the human graphic gesture, from the first printed publications to the current digital media.
Today, we can ask ourselves if the graphic gesture has an educational interest in the construction of knowledge, beyond the achievement of learning to write.
(Read more in The Conversation…)