Developing Visual Literacy: Historical and Manipulated Photography in the Social Studies Classroom
visual literacy, photography, social studies, history
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The importance of visual literacy development is demonstrated using social studies examples from an innovative, collaborative arts program. Discussion of the Visual Thinking Strategies approach, connections to the Common Core State Standards, prompts for higher-order critical thinking, and the application of historical and social science ideas in the classroom are presented.
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The Social Studies, v. 106, issue 6, p. 274-280
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Cruz, Bárbara C. and Ellerbrock, Cheryl R., "Developing Visual Literacy: Historical and Manipulated Photography in the Social Studies Classroom" (2015). Social Science Education Faculty Publications. 89.