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Slow-Looking: In-Depth Experiences with Art and Museum Objects

Much has been written about the power of art works, objects, artefacts to inspire, provoke curiosity and interest. It is generally accepted that looking at objects stimulates critical thinking through comparing and contrasting, identifying and classifying, describing and summarising and so on. Indeed, museums are increasingly using objects and art to help individuals learn what is variously called slow-looking,

Visual Thinking Strategies and Visible Thinking

Visual Thinking Strategies and Visible Thinking When I am talking about Visible ThinkingĀ people often assume that I mean Visual Thinking, otherwise know as Visual Thinking StrategiesĀ (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