Visualizing Research Design, NAEA Presentation 2009
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  • 1. Visualizing Research Design in Art Education Aileen Wilson NAEA Annual Convention, Minneapolis, April 2009
  • 2. ‘Visual literacy is not limited to the ability to decode the meaning and impact of existing visual images in art or visual culture, but also includes comprehension of how knowledge and reality are constructed and interpreted through making images. Visual images are seen as part of practice; an evolving process that includes questioning, resource gathering, analysis, hypothesis, and especially, creating. Understanding this process requires experience in creating and reflecting on one's own visual interpretations (Elkins, 2003). It is a way we learn from ourselves.’ Image as Insight: Visual Images in Practice-Based Research Julia Marshall Studies in Art Education A Journal of Issues and Research 2007, 49(1), 23-41
  • 3. ‘pictures of thinking’ Mathew Ritchie
  • 4. How are we to represent the rich visual world of experience on mere flatland? Edward R. Tufte, Envisioning Information (1990)
  • 5. Drawing (violent) acts: The problem of context, process and content in the construction of meaning. Context, Process, Act/Action, Content
  • 6. quot;Shape or form is how we make sense and use information-how you inoculate yourself against information overload and get on top of itquot; Mathew Ritchie
  • 7. Jonathon Harris (http://thewhalehunt.org) a sequence of 3,214 photographs, taken at 5-minute intervals, even while sleeping (using a chronometer), establishing a constant “photographic heartbeat”.
  • 8. aileenwilson@verizon.net