MAKING THINKING VISIBLE PDF
environment of learning in which learners and teachers make their thinking ' visible' or explicit. These are Decision making and planning around a problem to. Making Thinking Visible: How to Promote Engagement, Understanding, and Independence for All Learners. By Ron Ritchhart, Mark Church, and Karin Morrison. Teaching Students to Think Pages Making Thinking Visible. When learners speak, write, or draw their ideas, they deepen their cognition. Project Zero's.
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MAKING THINKING VISIBLE. David Perkins. Harvard Graduate School of Education. Acknowledgment: Some of the ideas and research reported here. PDF | 40+ minutes read | When learners speak, write, or draw their ideas, they deepen their cognition. Project Zero's Visible Thinking approach. called Visible Thinking which is being used effectively in a number of schools. Adaptable makes students more aware of their thinking and feeds professional .
For example, Chapter 4 focuses on routines for introducing and exploring ideas. Seven specific teaching routines are provided, each complete with a purpose, suggestions for selecting appropriate content, steps for implementing the routine, ideas for uses and variations, suggestions for assessment, tips based on the experiences of the authors with the routine, and an example of the routine in practice.
These chapters primarily place each of the individual routines into the larger context of classroom culture and emphasize how each activity should not be treated as a stand-alone pedagogical approach, but rather one technique in a larger effort to build a culture in which ideas can be discussed and thinking made visible.
The authors also discuss the importance of teachers modeling many of these practices in professional learning communities and other working groups to help create and solidify cultures of thinking. Evaluation of the Text The greatest limitation of the text is its focus on K education. Despite the differing context, most of the content can be extended to higher education, including medical education.
Anthony on a projector screen for students to inspect. Using the routine, she was able to get students to identify subtle clues in the image e. Virtually all of the 21 teaching routines could be extended to medical education in some capacity, but will likely require some creativity on the part of teachers.
The book possesses a number of strengths, not the least of which is its excellent research-based foundation. It is very easy to read and should not present any problems for most medical educators. We highly recommend that many other medical educators explore this very practical and informative text.
Making thinking visible: how to promote engagement, understanding, and independence for all learners.
Thinking Routines: Tools for Making Thinking Visible Project Zero researchers developed more than 30 thinking routines in collaboration with K teachers. Below are a few popular routines used by teachers. See www.
Headlines This routine uses newspaper headlines to capture the essence of an event, idea, concept, or topic. It works espe- cially well at the end of a class discussion in which students have explored a topic and gathered new information and opinions.
Ask students, m If you were to write a headline for this topic or issue right now that captured the most important aspect to remember, what would that headline be? How does it differ from what you would have said yesterday?
This routine helps students make connections. Ask students these three questions: n How are the ideas and information presented connected to what you know and have studied? What questions, wonderings, or puzzles do you have?
Making Thinking Visible
See-Think-Wonder This routine helps stimulate curiosity and sets the stage for inquiry. Ask students to make observations about an object, image, or event, answering these three questions: "nWhat do you see? Compass Points This routine helps students explore various facets of a proposition or idea such as a school dress code before taking a stand on it. Ask students these four questions, recording their responses as the directions of a compass to provide a visual anchor.
What excites you about this idea or proposition? What do you find worrisome about this idea?Wondering and asking questions 8.
While the publisher and author have used their best efforts in preparing this book, they make no representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this book and specifically disclaim any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. All the children were which they live Hughes et al ; Phinney and either born in Canada or had resided here almost all Chavira ; Plaza What do you find worrisome about this idea?
This is a team of teachers and others focusing on a Teacher-Researcher school- or districtwide issue.