How do we use visuals to make meaning?

Pictures are useful for meaning making because they don’t carry the explicit assumption of clarity that we make with our words. So while we assume that people understand what we say (even when they don’t), we are often ready for a conversation about ‘what does this mean” when we share an image. Images stimulate useful meaning making conversations that can open learning up beyond simple ideas. This challenge offers a quick, easy opportunity to see how others interpret an image. more… »

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