Submitted by Leecy on October 26, 2017 - 12:01pm
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[ November 20, 2017: I have just shared this discussion with the Integrating Technology, and Teaching and Learning CoPs to expand this discussion to include more digital resources and practices.]
Story telling has come to the forefront as a tool to recruit, convince, illustrate, sell, and educate in many different environments. Check out Michael Cruse's post yesterday under the Workforce GPS: Using Storytelling to Share Your Program Successes, which leads to several very helpful resources.
Have you used or had your students record visual thinking? In my view, visual "recordings" finally appeal to so many of us who think in images. Below are examples from Twitter of teaching and learning through visual thinking. The attributions are in the images themselves. What thoughts, visual or textual, do you have in response?
Note: To see the image larger, simply use Command + (Mac) or Control + (Windows). To return to the original view, use - (minus) instead of + (plus). You can also go to your menu bar and click on Zoom from the View selection.