We started the day outside of the Eliasson event. Asia and Yemi assigned every one of us among the five senses, then asked us to face in line through the feeling many respected in education towards the one minimum respected. Our line had been, in descending purchase, sight, sound, touch, taste and smell. We had been expected to face in the order of the feeling we most chosen – and also the bulk opted for sight. ( not likely too astonishing for a lot of people thinking about art!). We had been challenged to give some thought to the hierarchy of sensory faculties in education, and start thinking about just how this could be especially burdensome for neuro-diverse young adults and grownups.
We were then provided a case which included five sensory tools to play with when you look at the event. All of us had headphones and a mirror; there have been many different tools for flavor, smell and touch.