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Debategraph. The Views menu lets you toggle between different visualizations of the map or parts of the map – with each type of view having specific strengths and uses.


You can also vary the behavior of each View type using the Options menu. The Bubble views let you browse quickly and dynamically through the structure of a map, and are designed to help you develop an initial feel for the content of the map and of the web of relationships between clusters of connected maps. The arrows connecting ideas become thicker as the average rating of the increases. 1.

Bubble > Focus. Cmap. Top Project Management Apps Infographic. Facilitation graphique. The architecture of everything. Graphic Facilitation: Transforming Groups With the Power of Visual Listening. This fall I get the treat of using my new Graphic Faciliation book to lead a Principles of Graphic Facilitation training in Baltimore.

Graphic Facilitation: Transforming Groups With the Power of Visual Listening

This has been a year of real completion for me with this work. Twenty six years ago in 1980 I wrote the first version called I See What You Mean: A Workbook Guide to Group Graphics® That manual has shaped my and others' facilitation careers more than I could have anticipated. It’s gone through at least nine reprintings. It was copied by the US Army to train all their facilitators at Fort Ord in the 1980s. The developmental disabilities network trained by John O’Brien in England used it to build a platform for Person Centered Planning. Onlinefacilitation. "Every child is an artist.


Graphic Facilitation. Sketchnoting For Absolute Beginners. I've taken up sketchnoting recently, and I love it!

Sketchnoting For Absolute Beginners

So, what is sketchnoting? Why is it useful? And how do you get started? The answer to the first question is pretty straight-forward: Sketchnoting is a way of note taking that involves not just notes, but also sketches. Common Craft Cut-Out Library. Become a Rockstar Scribe at School or Work. The Leaders of Visual Planning, Team Performance, and Graphic Facilitation for over 30 Years.

Visual Thinking. Visual thinking refers to a group of generative skills that, when practiced with rigorous discipline, results in the production of novel and original graphic ideas.

Visual Thinking

By seeking to discover visual forms that fit his/her underlying human experience, the student of visual thinking comes to know the world. This practice of thinking with images alone is stressed in NAB in order to balance the over-emphasis on verbal reasoning in other areas of education. Visual thinking is high order critical thinking conducted by imaginistic means alone. Specific Thinking Skills: Visual Thinking Flexibility and Fluency Configurational Response Gestalt and Analytical Perception Combinatory Thinking Reflectivity Teaching Suggestions. Analytical Thinking Skills.

IFVP Community. Sketchnote Army - A Showcase of Sketchnotes. The sketchnote revolution. I’ve got an idea for a new year’s resolution: Join the sketchnote revolution.

The sketchnote revolution

Sketchnotes are a visual form of note-taking that can include drawings, various lettering sizes and styles, color, icons, arrows, boxes and more — whatever works for you. I’d say that sketchnoting is officially a movement — maybe you’ve seen some from SXSWi or other conferences. And the best part? You don’t have to be a creative genius to do it.

It’s called Sketchnoting, not Art School. Sketchnoting 101: How To Create Awesome Visual Notes. Sketchnoting For Absolute Beginners. Visual Thinking. Home » All CFT Teaching Guides » Visual Thinking by CFT graduate program coordinator Maria Ebner & assistant director Derek Bruff Introduction Our brains are wired to rapidly make sense of and remember visual input.

Visual Thinking

Visualizations in the form of diagrams, charts, drawings, pictures, and a variety of other ways can help students understand complex information. A well-designed visual image can yield a much more powerful and memorable learning experience than a mere verbal or textual description. Below you’ll find resources for integrating visual thinking in your teaching. On March 17, 2010, the CFT hosted a workshop on this topic. For more notes from the workshop, as well as ideas participants generated during the workshop, see the bottom of this page. Images as Metaphors Presentation Zen: Garr Reynolds, author of Presentation Zen, maintains a blog in which he writes about effective presenting. Flickr: A great source for free, high-quality images is Flickr, the photo-sharing site.

The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The Science of Paper versus Screens. In a viral YouTube video from October 2011 a one-year-old girl sweeps her fingers across an iPad's touchscreen, shuffling groups of icons.

The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The Science of Paper versus Screens

In the following scenes she appears to pinch, swipe and prod the pages of paper magazines as though they too were screens. When nothing happens, she pushes against her leg, confirming that her finger works just fine—or so a title card would have us believe. The girl's father, Jean-Louis Constanza, presents "A Magazine Is an iPad That Does Not Work" as naturalistic observation—a Jane Goodall among the chimps moment—that reveals a generational transition. "Technology codes our minds," he writes in the video's description. "Magazines are now useless and impossible to understand, for digital natives"—that is, for people who have been interacting with digital technologies from a very early age. The Work of Edward Tufte and Graphics Press. Graphics Press LLC P.O.

The Work of Edward Tufte and Graphics Press

Box 430 Cheshire, CT 06410 800 822-2454 Edward Tufte is a statistician and artist, and Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Statistics, and Computer Science at Yale University. He wrote, designed, and self-published 4 classic books on data visualization. The New York Times described ET as the "Leonardo da Vinci of data," and Business Week as the "Galileo of graphics. "