Clean slate thinking

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So here’s a thought. Does the size of your whiteboard impact the scale of your thinking? And how about why the math department always seems to be the last department (after physics?) to give up blackboards or whether there’s any difference between thinking with chalk and thinking with a whiteboard marker?

Answers on a blackboard please.

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One Response to Clean slate thinking

  1. Richard says:

    So I just asked the above question to an artist visually recording a workshop on a huge bit of white board. Colour obviously works quite differently on white versus black surfaces, but a key benefit of a really large surface is that the surface keeps asking “And…?”.

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