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The canvas library for visual thinking

The canvas library for visual thinking | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it

Via Ana Cristina Pratas, massimo facchinetti, Stefano Principato
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These  business  model canvasses can be very effective tools in the context of coaching individuals, teams or large groups.  They cab be used in difeerent sizes varying from A4 right up to large wall charts (which is my preferred option)

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Paul McKillop's curator insight, May 6, 2014 4:42 AM

Interesting resource.

Emeric Nectoux's curator insight, May 8, 2014 6:52 AM

A great library  of visual thinking canvas. 

Rowan Norrie's curator insight, May 21, 2014 6:34 AM

Good set of visual tools to use online or adapt for your own use.

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Neuro-linguistic programming: its potential for learning and teaching in formal education

Neuro-linguistic programming: its potential for learning and teaching in formal education | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it

 

In this paper the authors outline the nature of Neuro-linguistic Programming and explore its potential for learning and teaching.

 

The paper draws on current research by Mathison (2003) to illustrate the role of language and internal imagery in teacher-learner interactions, and the way language influences beliefs about learning.

 

 

In essence NLP is a form of modelling that offers potential for systematic and detailed understanding of people's subjective experience.

 

NLP is eclectic, drawing on models and strategies from a wide range of sources. We outline NLP's approach to teaching and learning, and explore applications through illustrative data from Mathison's study.

 

A particular implication for the training of educators is that of attention to communication skills.

 

Finally the authors summarise criticisms of NLP that may represent obstacles to its acceptance by academe.

 

Briefly, the NLP approach might be characterised to teaching and learning as follows:

The teacher- learner relationship is a cybernetic loop, a dynamic process in which meaning is constructed through reciprocal feedback; not a transmission of information from one individual to another, separate, individual.

 

People act according to the way they understand and represent the world... (i.e. `the map is not the territory').

 

Of prime interest in NLP are the ways in which people represent the world internally, through sensory imagery (principally visual, auditory and kinaesthetic) and language. 

 

NLP also assumes that there are systematic relationships between this structuring and that individual's language and behaviour...

 

Skills, beliefs and behaviours are all learnt (e.g. skills have corresponding sequences of internal representation, often referred to as `strategies...

 

An individual's capacity to learn is influenced strongly by their neuro-physiological `state' (e.g. a state of curiosity rather than a state of boredom), and by their beliefs about learning and about themselves as learners (rather obviously, beliefs that one is capable of learning and that learning is worthwhile and fun are considered more useful than their opposites)....

 

Such modification happens through communication between teacher and learner, which takes place through verbal and non-verbal channels, both consciously and unconsciously...

 

All communication potentially influences leaning. Crucially, teachers' language and behaviour influence learners on at least two levels simultaneously; both their understanding of the topic in question (e.g. the dynamic structure of their internal representations), and their beliefs about the world, including about learning.

 

It follows that awareness of choice about one's own language patterns and behaviour as a teacher, and sensitivity to and curiosity about their influence on and interaction with learner's internal representations, are crucial to effective teaching and learning.

 

In essence, teaching is a process of (a) creating `states' that are conducive to learning; and (b) facilitating learners' exploration and/or enhancement of their internal representations; (c) to lead towards the desired goal or outcome of the context.

 

Language and Internal Imagery

 

Internal Representations and the Role of Language in Teacher-Learner Interactions

NLP considers that verbal reports may be literal accounts of people's inner experience. Thus when a person describes what they can `see in their mind's eye',

 

NLP assumes that the person is experiencing internal visual imagery (which may be outside their awareness). Furthermore the qualities and characteristics of that imagery are significant, and relate in systematic ways to other aspects of that person's experience (e.g. feelings, beliefs, behaviour and so on).

 

 

For example, one question explored the effects of changing the adjective 'wrong' to the adverb 'wrongly'. This deceptively simple pair of linguistic constructions only differed by two letters.

 

Yet the two versions, the first using an adjective, the second using its adverbial form, did not fail to produce different responses. It was summed up by Kathleen, who said "wrong is so negative, it couldn't have been any worse, whereas wrongly means it was ... (pause) slightly wrong." She went on to reflect on her responses to the two types of wording.

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Teaching therefore seems carry messages about more than one level of abstraction. Not only does it involve the transmission of information, it may also create beliefs about the nature of the activity which people are engaged in....The higher level of `learning about learning' results in more profound changes in people's beliefs about learning, and about themselves as learners.

 

These are changes in the processes guiding learning, rather than the content of the topic. They involve changes in factors such as the abstractions that people have built which form their beliefs about learning, their vision of their own future, their constructions about themselves as learners, all linking to the images, sounds, bodily sensations, tastes and smells that seem to be such an essential part of human information processing.

 

Teaching is as much about 'languaging' the content of the lesson, as it is about influencing the ways in which the knowledge is constructed, through communication. In our view, this indicates that teachers need to be aware of the separation between the content of their topic, and the processes whereby the topic is to be learnt....

 

 

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Hardworking pictures: As personal as handwriting

Hardworking pictures: As personal as handwriting | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
So many people say they can't draw. But how many of us would say we can't
write? Not many (let's hope)!
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Peter Durand - Graphic Facilitation and Design | FacilitatingXYZ LIVE

FacilitatingXYZ's Meg Bolger and Sam Killermann connect with Alpha Chimp's Peter Durand to talk visual facilitation, group processes, and design in th
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Three Ways Live Drawing Engages Your Brain - Ink Factory

Three Ways Live Drawing Engages Your Brain - Ink Factory | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Visual note-taking is becoming a widely recognized way of capturing valuable information pretty much anywhere dialogue is created and exchanged.
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Instagram post by Office of Displaced Designers • Apr 28, 2017 at 8:54am UTC

Instagram post by Office of Displaced Designers • Apr 28, 2017 at 8:54am UTC | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
9 Likes, 1 Comments - Office of Displaced Designers (@displaced_designers) on Instagram: “Last Saturday we did a short workshop on graphic facilitation for volunteers. The feedback was…”
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Hardworking Pictures: Works of art or art that works?

Hardworking Pictures: Works of art or art that works? | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
If you think art is something that other people do - people born with the
skills to render the world around them in a perfect pencil sketch - we
think you're missing a trick.
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Change "students" for "anyone wanting to communicate visually" and this is great advice.
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The age of the creative workspace

The age of the creative workspace | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
A creative workspace is no longer a 'nice to have', it's key to innovation,
accelerated problem-solving, and fostering a work culture in which
creativity and collaboration thrives. 
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A Model of Practice

A Model of Practice | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
The Practice Model for Scribing results from 20 years of collaborative efforts and framework integration, with many dear colleagues along the way. Here is a breakdown. And for a walkthrough of the …
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Hardworking pictures: Think, see, observe, comment

Hardworking pictures: Think, see, observe, comment | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Abram Games, one of the greatest graphic designers of the 20th Century, is
something of a hero round these parts.
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The key principle in this short article is "maximum meaning, minimum means".
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WATCH VIDEO – Fundamentals of Flipcharting: Lettering Skills, with Malgosia Kostecka | news grove.com

WATCH VIDEO – Fundamentals of Flipcharting: Lettering Skills, with Malgosia Kostecka | news grove.com | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
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Whiteboard tips and tricks – graphicfacilitation – Medium

Whiteboard tips and tricks – graphicfacilitation – Medium | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Over the past several years I have been using whiteboards very intensely in so many ways. This type of media has proven to be useful for a variety of tasks — as a peer for individual preparations and…
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Principle: Be at the Right Altitude

Principle: Be at the Right Altitude | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Be at the Right Altitude is a Principle that sets up conversations to be at
the right right level of detail. 

At the top of a flipchart, draw objects you'd find in the sky, like a
plane, clouds, and a hot air balloon. In the middle of the flipchart, draw
mountains and hills. At the bottom,
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Awareness Wheel - Momentum Counselling Services - Dundee

Awareness Wheel - Momentum Counselling Services - Dundee | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
A tutorial on how to use the Awareness Wheel, a guide to effective speaking to completely convey your awareness of an issue

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Tips for Keeping Your Strategic Planning Sessions on Track

Tips for Keeping Your Strategic Planning Sessions on Track | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Graphic Recording: Shadows Made Simple https://t.co/Kscg2tQhrn
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Dual Track Development is not Duel Track - Jeff Patton & Associates

Dual Track Development is not Duel Track - Jeff Patton & Associates | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
tl;dr: If you’ve heard the term “dual-track development” before, this article explains where it comes from, and what it means. Here are the key points: Development work focuses on predictability and quality Discovery work focuses on fast learning and validation Discovery and development are visualized in two tracks because it’s two kinds of work, and two kinds of thinking Discovery is a necessary part of product development. Practice it with the same agile and lean …
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The nearness of you

The nearness of you | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
In research described earlier this year in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Elinor Amit, a College Fellow in psychology, along with two collaborators, Cheryl Wakslak and Yaacov Trope, showed that people increasingly prefer to communicate verbally (versus visually) with people who are distant (versus close) — socially, geographically, or temporally.
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Visual images often intrude on verbal thinking, study says

Visual images often intrude on verbal thinking, study says | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
A new Harvard study shows that people create visual images to accompany their inner speech even when they are prompted to use verbal thinking, suggesting that visual thinking is deeply ingrained in the human brain.
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The Power of the Doodle: Improve Your Focus and Memory

The Power of the Doodle: Improve Your Focus and Memory | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Recent research in neuroscience, psychology and design shows that doodling can help people stay focused, grasp new concepts and retain information.
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Storyboarding in UX Design – UX Planet

Storyboarding in UX Design – UX Planet | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
In user experience design we’re familiar with user research techniques like workshops and interviews. We synthesise our research into user stories and process flows. We communicate our thinking and…
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