* 1. What is your name (first, last)?

* 2. In which HIED course are you currently enrolled?

* 3. Which of the following is considered a form of graphic representation that might be used in a history/social studies class? (Check all that apply).

* 4. True or false, graphic/visual representations are included within both the CCSS for literacy in social studies and the NC Essential Standards.

* 5. True or false, the back of a napkin is an acceptable strategy for developing visual thinking among students.

* 6. Which of the following are characteristics of INSTRUCTIONAL strategies? (Check all that apply)

* 7. According to the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching, infographics fall under which of the following categories of visual thinking?

* 8. Which of the following questions is NOT one of the primary questions asked by a teacher in the VTS questioning protocol?

* 9. True or false, the VTS strategy is only helpful in assisting advanced students in interpreting pieces of art presented in DBQs.

* 10. If you were assigned to teach a VTS lesson in a world history classroom using a piece of Renaissance art, which piece would you choose? In what ways would you assure that the artwork was used to convey vital content material and not just used as a supplemental presentation piece? Be specific in your response, noting strategies and techniques as well as major content points you would cover.

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