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Visual Thinking Strategies to Improve Self-Esteem in Children in Care

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Catherine Wilkins

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We are seeking to demonstrate how visual thinking strategies (VTS) can be used to improve the self-esteem of children in care. VTS is a method of viewing and discussing art that involves three key questions: What is going on in this picture?, What do you see that makes you say that?, and What more can we find? Our hypothesis is that self-esteem will improve amongst the children in care who participate in our VTS program.

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Visual Thinking Strategies to Improve Self-Esteem in Children in Care

We are seeking to demonstrate how visual thinking strategies (VTS) can be used to improve the self-esteem of children in care. VTS is a method of viewing and discussing art that involves three key questions: What is going on in this picture?, What do you see that makes you say that?, and What more can we find? Our hypothesis is that self-esteem will improve amongst the children in care who participate in our VTS program.