The human brain remembers pictures far better than words. Visualization is therefore one of the most effective study techniques. The more fun, whacky and vivid visualization you are able to imagine, the better you will remember it. Do the following in order to create a visual presentation:
Think about what you want to visualize.
Which images come to mind?
Pick one of the images and draw the topic with that image.
An example of visualization is the “change side, change sign” rule from the theory of equations. Picture two people standing at either side of a fence. One is happy and the other is sad. If one of them moves to the other side of the fence, then that person changes mood.
That is, if the person was happy, they became sad when changing sides. If the person was sad, they became happy when changing sides.