Visual Thinking Workshops in Houston- October

Written on August 8, 2011 at 3:03 pm

Visual Thinking Workshops coming to Houston, TX.

MicroAssist is excited to welcome back Allison Crow of Crow Hill Conversations to our classroom! Her workshops at E-Learning Symposium were so popular that we’ve opened another session. The morning will cover the basics of Visual Thinking, and the afternoon will delve deeper into involved learning and push and pull visual thinking methods.

Check out her E-Learning Symposium presentation, then register for the workshop on October 26th

 

Visual Thinking 101: Using Push and Pull Visual Thinking Methods
Allison Crow, M. Ed. – Founder, Crow Hill Conversations
Wednesday, October 26, 2011 @ 8:30AM – 11:30AM at Trevisio Restaurant and Conference Center (6550 Bertner St. 6th floor, Houston, TX 77030).

Why Visual Thinking? Join Allison for a workshop on the value of using visuals to clarify ideas, ignite inspiration and ambidextrous thinking, to tell stories, and to capture attention and emotion for enhanced learning. Pick up the pen and start learning to get visual thoughts on paper. Learn the Visual Thinking Alphabet and other shortcuts to doodling well, as well as methods to launch your graphic note taking/presenting skills. Students will also discuss application and using visuals in social sharing online.

Students are encouraged to bring their iPad, favorite stylus (Allison recommends the BOXWAVE or POGO), and the Notes+ app, but an iPad is by no means required!

REGISTER NOW

Involved Learning – Intermediate: Using Push and Pull Visual Thinking Methods


Allison Crow, M. Ed. – Founder, Crow Hill Conversations
- Wednesday, October 26, 2011 @ 1:00PM – 4:00PM at Trevisio Restaurant and Conference Center (6550 Bertner St. 6th floor, Houston, TX 77030).

Allison’s second session will teach students to engage their audience with graphics, how to begin taking sketch notes, and how to create a visual template. Students will also cover the Push method of presenting content and Pull visual thinking methods to engage audiences.

Students are encouraged to bring their iPad, favorite stylus (Allison recommends the BOXWAVE or POGO), and the Notes+ app, but an iPad is by no means required!

REGISTER NOW

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