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Visible Thinking Routine of the Week: Headlines

⭐️VISIBLE THINKING ROUTINE OF THE WEEK ⭐️ HEADLINES This weeks VTR of the week is HEADLINES. This routine helps capture the essence or heart of an idea being discussed. It is also used for summarising and synthesising ideas. Composed of just ONE question that asks: 'If you were to write a headline for this topic or issue right now that captured the most important aspect that should be remembered, what would that headline be?' This routine works well at the end of a discussion and in combination with other routines (such as 10x2+Step Inside + Headlines). It's a good way of rounding

Visual Thinking Strategies and Visible Thinking

Visual Thinking Strategies and Visible Thinking When I am talking about Visible Thinking people often assume that I mean Visual Thinking, otherwise know as Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS). I thought here might be a good place to explain the differences and similarities between the two methods. So, deep breath, here we go... Visual Thinking Strategies Visual Thinking Strategies has been developed over the past 30 years by psychologist Abigail Housen and museum educator Philip Yenawine. It focuses on looking and discussing works of art mediated by a discussion facilitator. This method is based around one thinking routine of