19 min.

5 Thinking Routines for Comparing, Contrasting and Making Connections The Art Engager

    • Beeldende kunst

Today I’m sharing 5 different thinking routines that you can use to compare, contrast and make connections. I’m exploring how you can use these thinking routines to create engaging discussions with art, objects and ideas. 
I'll look first at what comparing & contrasting is and why it’s important.  Then I'm sharing some ideas for things you might want to compare and contrast, before sharing different ways to look at similarities and differences.
Then I'm sharing 5 thinking routines help us to make thoughtful and purposeful comparisons. 
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Curated newsletter by Claire Bown
Episode 8 How to use ‘See Think Me We’ thinking routine to create personal and community connections with artworks

Today I’m sharing 5 different thinking routines that you can use to compare, contrast and make connections. I’m exploring how you can use these thinking routines to create engaging discussions with art, objects and ideas. 
I'll look first at what comparing & contrasting is and why it’s important.  Then I'm sharing some ideas for things you might want to compare and contrast, before sharing different ways to look at similarities and differences.
Then I'm sharing 5 thinking routines help us to make thoughtful and purposeful comparisons. 
Links
Support the Show
Join the Slow Looking Club Community on Facebook
Download the NEW resource - how to look at art (slowly)
Curated newsletter by Claire Bown
Episode 8 How to use ‘See Think Me We’ thinking routine to create personal and community connections with artworks

19 min.