[Libs-Or] Consider the VTS preconference!
janec at multcolib.org
Thu Mar 21 15:37:18 PDT 2013
I as asked to post more information about this. VTS is a strategy
developed at the Museum of Modern Art when they discovered that their
programs didn't actually improve the aesthetic development of the
students. In conjunction with researcher Abigail Housen developed this
innovative approach. If you want to learn more you can ask me or check
thei VTS website
On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 3:10 PM, Jane Corry <janec at multcolib.org> wrote:
> Notice how the students back up their assertions with evidence,
> respectfully disagree, build on each others observations. Notice too
> how the facilitator gets them to think and respects their observations
> even when we think they are wrong, How she validates them without ever
> commenting on the validity of what they said. Notice how good she is
> at paraphasing! We can learn these techniques at the
> half day VTS preconference on Wednesday 4/24/2013
> Visual Thinking Strategies: A Great Tool for Libraries
> <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/9678839" width="400"
> height="300" frameborder="0" webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen
> Jane Corry
> Youth Librarian-Belmont Neighborhood Library
> Multnomah County Library
> OLA CSD Chair
> "This is the sort of thing that is extremely interesting if you are
> interested in this sort of thing"
Youth Librarian-Belmont Neighborhood Library
Multnomah County Library
OLA CSD Chair
"This is the sort of thing that is extremely interesting if you are
interested in this sort of thing"
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