All cases (briefly)
What is an optical illusion and how does it work? Why do we experience the optical illusions? And, why can they be tricky yet fabulous?
In this case-lesson we try to apply a systematic approach and effective methods of information analysis in order to understand the optical illusions' nature and mystery.
The case-lesson applies to such school subjects as physics, chemistry, anatomy, math, psychology, arts and others.
Students will also practice such competencies as: nonlinear thinking, creative thinking, concentration, the ability to filter information, project work, team work, and the ability to understand art.