Vision is our dominant sense – it’s how we comprehend the world around us. Visual language systems are much broader than other language models and being visually literate makes for more accurate, well rounded judgement – “a picture is worth a thousand words”. Visual skills help us see more possibilities.
Traditionally our educational system has been built on the assumption that teaching is necessary for learning to occur. Accordingly, education has been seen as a “process” of transferring information from a higher authority (the teacher) down to the student. This model however just can’t keep up with the rapid rate of change in the twenty-first century.
The V Series equips teachers and imagination seekers with the knowledge and skills to inspire students and explore their own imaginations. Students who are visually literate and imaginative become motivated and self-directed learners who quickly adapt to challenges and ambiguities and learn to chart their own pathways to solving complex problems.