Visual Thinking Strategies: Advanced Practicum
August 28–31, 10 am–4 pm
Intermediate and advanced
Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) is a research-based teaching method that improves critical thinking skills through discussions of art. Participants develop deeper paraphrasing and linking skills. Additional attention is paid to image selection to address the needs and interests of various audiences. Participants must have attended an introductory VTS workshop, facilitated a minimum of ten hours of VTS discussions, and indicate level of proficiency by submitting a videotape of an image discussion. For more information visit visualthinkingstrategies.org. $450 for Frye members; $500 for nonmembers.
$450 Frye members
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CREDIT AND CLOCK HOURS
SPU uses the quarter system and issues quarter credits. Payment for credit or clock hour fees is paid directly to SPU on the first day of class. Studio classes: $84 for two SPU credits and $40 for twenty clock hours.