Response to Vision – is a three-part communication process involving:
Seeing, looking at …
Shaping, thinking about … trialling, and
Making, responding.

Like mathematics, Response to Vision needs to be taught. The ebooks (2) of Response to Vision do that!

These detailed Visual Learning resources are for students aged 9 to 14 years, teachers and parents … see THE BOOKS.

RESPONSE TO VISION APPLIED

1 SEEING – Learning to gather and review images.


Using a focus of attention – in this case a garden POND (shown above) – information is gathered and recorded.

                                                                         

2 SHAPING – Learning to organise and trial visual ideas.


Seeing is explored for ideas, and aspects selected, grouped and trialled to serve a range of school curriculum areas – English, Science, Art … in this example a story and illustration.

3 MAKING – Learning to produce and evaluate visual response.


The range of trials is narrowed and visual content refined to produce the finished illustration – text included later (see THE BOOKS).