CL4d-Drawing as Thinking: Module 4


In this fourth Drawing as Thinking module, we focus on the influence of developmental stage theorists on current teaching practice. How are these theories shaping what we look for and what we offer children in our programs and classrooms? Does current research support the ideas we’ve come to rely on through theorists such as Luquet, Piaget, Lowenfeld, and Kellogg?

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This Drawing as Thinking series has been developed in response to an online conversation with Debi Keyte-Hartland. Each module in this five-part series invites educators to re-visit their assumptions and beliefs about children’s drawing, and to apply their insights uniquely to their work with young children.

In this fourth module of Drawing as Thinking, Debi introduces the idea of theory drawing. With examples from her own experiences with children, Debi offers insights into how educators can deepen children’s wonderings and theory making by posing questions, offering carefully considered drawing materials, and listening without judgement for the ideas that are meaningful to each child.

Prices are in Canadian dollars.