Linking Thinking

Our education consultant Steve Padget has been busy working in schools with LogoVisual Thinking (LVT) as well as demonstrating the methodology at two recent conferences. In October, he attended the…

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LogoVisual Thinking -why is it successful?

Brin Best reviews how teachers have articulated the value of LogoVisual Thinking in their classrooms, links their enthusiasm to some major theories from the world of education psychology and considers…

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Developing Thinking Skills through Drama

Confronted with a range of thinking skills approaches and resources, John McKellar opted for a combination of drama and Logovisual Thinking. to great effect. “As teachers we appreciate the importance…

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LVT in PLTS with trainee teachers

The current Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills Framework is one of the building blocks of the Big Picture of the curriculum. It makes clear the necessity for teachers in all…

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Using LVT with teachers in training

Using LVT with teachers in training has proven very valuable. The need to nurture an understanding of the relationship between words, thoughts and learning is critical as they acquire the…

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LVT at Berkeley Primary School

Kindly submitted by Nadine Currey, Berkeley Primary School, Hounslow The children in year five at Berkeley have been using the LogoVisual Thinking Skills (LVT) in a variety of ways in…

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Improving writing with LVT

Karen Lintin, Feltham Hill Junior School, Hounslow shares her action research project undertaken Easter term 2006. Children, particularly boys in my class were under-achieving in writing. They did not enjoy…

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Rainbow Island: an enrichment collaboration

Dan Varney describes Rainbow Island, a geography simulation project in Hounslow that has evolved to stretch and challenge subject knowledge, thinking, learning and life skills. The focus is on extending…

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Thinking about the how?

Steve Padget explains why LogoVisual Thinking Kits offer a dynamic medium thought in English at Key Stage 3. ‘Theyメre very strong on the what, but not so clear on the…

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How can we use LVT for Assessing Science?

Sara Cinamon, Primary Science Consultant for G&T, CEA@Islington shares her conclusions from looking at How LVT can be used effectively in teaching science in Islington Primary Schools. She provides ideas…

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What does thinking look like?

What does thinking look like? Steve Padget looks at how logovisual thinking can stimulate lessons and increase understanding through high quality thinking and talking. “Just as you cannot be a…

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LVT at St. Andrew’s Islington

Anna Lee, Leading Teacher for G&T Education, describes how the use of LVT at St Andrews primary School in Islington has developed and captured the imagination of pupils and adults…

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Thinking Schools, Thinking Classrooms

John McKellar shares something of his experience, siting LVT as instrumental, in developing a thinking and learning culture in Primary Schools. Things change only slowly in education and some say…

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Have you caught the visual bug?

In his article for the TES (Times Education Suplement), Freelance journalist ROBERT BULLARD describes how LogoVisual Thinking brings creativity into learning in a Stoke school, using LVT for structured writing…

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Enquiry into Practice Case Study

Teacher, Jo Little from St Paulメs C of E Primary, Brentford, presents her action research on using LogoVisual Thinking across the curriculum: From the spoken to the written word. “It…

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