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Workshop: Graphic Facilitation and Visual Thinking



Date: March 28, 2016
Time: 9:00-2:30
Where: Bay School (map)

Fee: $250 Members; $350 Non-members


Graphic Facilitation and Visual Thinking

Educators know from daily experience that students are highly visual learners and more easily engaged with visual information. Over 65% of us prefer visual learning. However, the benefits of developing visual tools to use in the classroom go beyond providing a purely preferential experience for students.


Through discussion and group practice, as well as individual, partner and small group work, participants will learn about the benefits of visual thinking and graphic facilitation in the classroom, see how these strategies can be utilized, and begin to develop a personal practice.



Giselle Chow

Giselle Chow

Giselle Chow is a career teacher, facilitator, and educational leader, she has developed and led organizational change processes with for profit and non-profit organizations. Her background in issues of equity, inclusion, and instructional leadership in schools has developed into a lifelong interest in what can occur when groups of disparate thinkers are aligned and engaged in complex work, searching for possible solutions.
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