March Issue

Vol 24|No 4|March 2015

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Picture this!
Nurturing the imagination and visual thinking of students


Imagination is often tied to visual thinking. Thus the root of the word — "image."

In this article, Jamie argues that visual thinking should be a prime focus of much school learning. He also provides examples of how this kind of thinking can be nurtured across the curriculum.

Reading across a dozen literacies


We need a broadened conception of reading to capture the many different types of reading that occur when considering information in different formats across different media.

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