Making Learning Visible and Storytelling

A person uses their cell phone to take a photo of a group of students working on a project

Daniel Pink (2006) writes,

“The future belongs to a very different kind of person
with a very different kind of mind –
creators and emphasizers, pattern recognizers, and meaning makers” (p. ii)

Students in the spring 2018 course, GEC 253 Making Learning Visible: Using the Tools of Documentation and Visual Arts, respond:

In what ways will you make meaning and create stories in your future professional lives?

GEC 253 Making Learning Visible focuses on the tools of documentation and visual arts. Students analyze learning and develop the basics of design needed to create informative and aesthetically pleasing displays. With today’s sophisticated visual communication, these are critical skills to develop as a professional in a multitude of settings and age groups.