Stop, Look, and Think: The Visual Thinking Strategies Method

Through the use of open-ended discussion questions and a group problem-solving model, the Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) method helps students develop visual literacy, as well as their problem solving, deep thinking, and listening skills. Using primary sources from JWA's collection, guest teacher Tamar Rosenfeld-Cohen models how to use the VTS method effectively, and ways in which to adapt and extend it for classroom use.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Stop, Look, and Think: The Visual Thinking Strategies Method." (Viewed on April 18, 2019) <https://jwa.org/media/stop-look-and-think-visual-thinking-strategies-method>.

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