Visualisation in learning contexts
Vienna (Austria) 31 March – 2 April 2021 (in English)
Visualisation is a powerful tool in learning. It supports learners in following and engaging with content in focused, creative ways, organize their thoughts and remember things better. It can also help students develop their thoughts and ideas, for example using brainstorming, mindmaps and sketchnotes.
Explore your own style of visualising information – no need to become an artist!
In detail you
- start to develop your own visual vocabulary from basic forms
- learn how to develop images and icons
- explore mind mapping, sketch noting as well as large-scale visualisation as tools for your work
- practice and use different visual tools – in collaborative ways
- explore how to support learners in the use of visual tools
- share ways of finding inspiration in the everyday world
Tools and practices
- Flipchart techniques
- Online visualisation tools for blended/online learning
The course is a beginners’ visualisation retreat based on experiential and creativity methods. Several tools will be shared with participants and their possibilities for practical use will be explored together.
The workshop builds on the common creativity of the group, and active sharing and collaboration is a vital part of the experience.
A study visit to Vienna’s most bustling street art area to gather inspiration is part of the programme.
This seminar is offered by Julia Braunegg. Please send an e-mail if you would like to apply to email@example.com.
Your contribution: 360 Euros. This fee includes the seminar fee and the coffee breaks.
Accommodation is the responsibility of the participant. We can support you in finding accommodation in Vienna.