About This Event
What do our clients really need? What works best for them? What information do we need to answer these questions, and how can we gather that information?
First, Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) was a method for looking at and discussing works of visual art. Museum and classroom educators across the country and abroad use the VTS strategy to strengthen visual observation, evidenciery reasoning, and communication skills. Over years of research and practice, educators and professionals have found VTS to be highly effective for professionals working to improve outcomes in a range of fields, including medicine, business, therapy, and more.
Please join us for an evening of conversation - on art, Pilates, and how VTS strategies and experience might contribute to your instructional practice.
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About The Speaker
Nick Gardner, former Managing Director of Visual Thinking Strategies, will introduce, model, and deconstruct the VTS process. We will then consider the relevance, applications, and implications of VTS for working with our own students.
Find Nick here: http://bit.ly/nickgardnerlinkedin
What is VTS
How VTS is being used to help medical students improve their observation skills: