Course curriculum

  • 1
    Introduction
    • This is a Modular Course: Practical Indications
    • Theoretical & Practical Foundation
  • 2
    Think big
    • Integrative, Modular and Systemic Thinking
    • MINDSHIFT: The evolution of thought to our advantage
    • Similarities, differences and added value compared to other models
  • 3
    What Ideographic Thinking and Transformative Visual Thinking are
    • Characteristics and Functions
  • 4
    Transformative Visual Thinking in practice
    • Short and simple examples to start
    • Example 1 - Creating a Transformative Space
    • Example 2 - Widening or narrowing the analysis in a targeted and concrete way
    • Example 3 - (graphically) move things to create mental flexibility
    • Ex. 3: Insight 1 - find the cause, then verify it, make it concrete and find new modalities
    • Ex. 3: Insight 2 - Physically modify spaces and develop active control
  • 5
    UPCOMING...
    • The next chapters...