One other thing on my mind following the session. The distinction between “visualization” as an artifact and “visualizing” as an activity and experience. Seems to me it’s often the process of making a visualization that is transformative for the people involved. Thinking of the Root Learning maps, RSA Animates, sketch notes, and at-the-whiteboard collaborative moments. Relates to “embodied cognition” — we think by doing. And to the importance of ownership: we support what we help to create.
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