Food for Thought

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Food for Thought by Mind Map: Food for Thought

1. School as a kind of game

1.1. A journey/quest

1.1.1. Movement around the site

1.1.2. Searching for meaning

1.2. Non-linear narrative

1.2.1. Like a video game or episodic TV programme

1.3. Freedom of movement

1.3.1. Participants choose where to go

1.3.2. Clues?

1.4. Strange encounters

1.4.1. Surprise and delight

1.4.2. The unexpected

1.4.3. New information affects decision making

1.5. Rewards

1.5.1. Motivation

1.5.2. A way of tracking progress

1.6. Promenade performance

1.6.1. Communication with others

1.6.2. Drama and Dance

1.6.2.1. Role play

1.6.2.2. Unusual locations

1.6.3. Tour guides

1.6.3.1. Sites of interest (to whom?)

1.6.3.2. Like teachers?

1.6.4. Unreliable narrators

1.6.4.1. Question notions of the truth

1.6.4.2. Red herrings

1.6.4.3. misinformation

2. Imaginary school

2.1. Role Play

2.2. A different kind of organisation

2.2.1. A country?

2.2.2. A political organisation?

2.2.3. A business?

2.2.4. A vessel?

2.3. New rules apply

2.3.1. New constitution

2.3.2. Learning about forms of government

2.4. Power changes hands

2.4.1. Student leadership

2.4.2. Roles reversed

3. New Perspectives

3.1. Installations of material objects

3.2. Photography and projections

3.2.1. Classrooms as camera obscura

3.2.2. Projections on the outside of the building

3.3. Sound

3.3.1. Echoes and reverberations

3.3.2. Binaural recordings

3.4. Site specific installations

4. Mapping

4.1. Emotion map

4.2. Psychogeography

4.3. History of the site

4.4. Secret/ghost school

4.5. Interactive Google Map

5. Consultation

5.1. A meal

5.1.1. A reward

5.1.2. A way to collect thoughts

5.2. Tallis Talk topic

5.3. Parents as participants?

6. Documentation

6.1. Video

6.2. Creative Tallis Blog

6.3. Arts Award project journals

7. Who, why, where, when...

7.1. Who?

7.1.1. Creative Tallis Group - clients/commissioners

7.1.2. Key stakeholders as audience

7.2. Why?

7.2.1. To think about creative learning

7.2.2. To think about our existing and new buildings

7.2.3. To explore our School of Creativity status

7.3. Where?

7.3.1. Thomas Tallis School

7.4. When?

7.4.1. Second half of summer term

7.4.2. Next academic year