HSEM 2207H: Visual and Critical Thinking

3 CreditsHonors

This course will examine two forms of thought processes, Visual Thinking and Critical Thinking, and integrate their use and development. Visual Thinking strategies focus on the use of evidentiary reasoning. Based on structured series of exercises of observation and fine art, it develops the ability to examine art, objects, and environments. Critical thinking will focus on the organization of the mind for critical thinking and examines the structures and assumptions we make in our everyday lives. The class will focus on practice, not on lecture.

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