I'm not sure in this context. However, I do know that ST is an abbreviation for "sensing thinkers." There are four kinds of learning styles: sensing thinking (ST), intuitive thinking (NT), sensing feeling (SF), and intuitive feeling (NF). Sensing thinkers are students who like concrete, specific information and need to have a direct right or wrong answer. They are usually organized, efficient, and practical learners. They like routines, are competitive, and like factual/logical information.
As far as the visualization piece goes, I again am not sure what context it was used in. However, it is important to make sure you accomodate for all the learning styles in a classroom and incorporating lots of visuals is very helpful for many students!
If you have the sentence it's in, maybe I could help better. =)
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