Visual Tools for Teaching

Visual Tools for Developing Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Capacity identifies and documents pedagogical and practice-based visual approaches to scaffolding and developing these capacities in your classes, with your clients or in your teams. The editors have selected a diverse range of best practice case studies and theoretical frameworks from leading international educators and practitioners across a broad range of disciplines to illustrate how visual tools can be used to greatest effect.

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Divided into four logically sequenced sections, the book will progressively build upon the array of visual tools you can employ in your practice. Starting with tools for collaboration it expands to include ways to overcome the challenges of cross-disciplinary collaboration. Building on this foundation you will then explore visual tools for innovation in classrooms, with clients and customers, or your team. The third section introduces strategies for selecting visual tools for entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial activities. The final section, tools for integrated practice, provides you with case studies of fully integrated practice where teams have collaborated to innovate and bring the resultant outputs to market.

Visual tools for Developing Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Capacity is the perfect companion for an educator, facilitator or practitioner to help students, clients or teams maximize their potential through the use of visual tools. Read cover to cover or dip in as you need to.

You can order the book at this link.

Huge thanks to Vaughan Rees and Arianne Rourke for their series curation. And to all our authors for contributing their chapters.