We regularly run in-house and open Visible Thinking workshops on how to use elements of an initiative called Visible Thinking with art and museum objects.
Visible Thinking is an approach to teaching and learning developed by Harvard’s Project Zero that offers opportunities to develop thinking dispositions such as curiosity, understanding and a creative mindset. Originally developed for classroom use, Thinking Museum has successfully adapted elements of Visible Thinking for use in museum programmes and developed the first programmes to use Visible Thinking in the Netherlands at the Tropenmuseum in 2011. Through our Visible Thinking workshops, we have since trained numerous museum educators, docents, teachers amongst others in how to use the method effectively in a wide variety of organisations.
Our next workshops will take place in April 2017 in London. Registrations are now open for the London workshop – please see here!
If you would like to enquire about future workshop possibilities or arrange for one to be held in your city or organisation, please contact us.
New workshop in London: ‘Visible Thinking in the Museum’ Workshop (London) 06 & 07 April 2017, London Length: 1 or 2 days When: 06 and 07 April, 09.30-17.00 hrs Location: London Regular Fee: 225 GBP,- per full day Price includes BAG, handbook, refreshments & lunch *Special offer: Book 2 days for a 50 GBP […]