3. IMAGE SELECTION

Basic Principles for Image Selection*


Before starting a VTS discussion it is important to consider the basic principles for image selection:

  1. The image must correspond to the development of the viewer.
  2. The viewer needs a known entry point.
  3. The topic should interest the viewer.
  4. The picture should tell a story that can be interpreted differntly.
  5. The sequence of images should be challenging.

    See suggested Images under GALLERY




* Cooperation, connection and communication is the hallmark of the Visual Thinking Strategies as developed by Abigail Housen and Philip Yenawine, cofounders of Visual Understanding in Education. Their pioneering work has inspired the development of the Institut für Visuelle Bildung and some parts of worksheets or other materials may include language and information that is courtesy of VTS New York

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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