Browsing All posts tagged under »visual thinking«

A few interesting notes about doodling.

July 29, 2013


#doodling! While doing some research for something completely unrelated to doodling or drawing, I somehow came across an article called “Doodling and the default network of the brain,” (2011) by G.D. Schott, You should visit the article itself because it also includes a page from Dostoyevsky’s manuscript of The Devils. In this article, Schott describes […]

On Seeing and Thinking

April 20, 2013


What does it mean to see? To think? To what extent can we talk about seeing as a variety of thinking?* And, from that, if our schools aim to help students develop and improve their thinking about the world (is this how we define intelligence?), shouldn’t our schools aim to help students improve all kinds […]