Visible Thinking: a framework for reflective practice DEN 2013 Santa Sabina College Catherine Arends Ravenswood School for Girls. Visible Thinking.
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Summary of 8 cultural forces
Within a culture of thinking, students experience school as a place where thinking is valued and given time, rich opportunities for thinking abound in their day-to-day classroom experience, models of thinking are present in the form of seeing teachers and peers as fellow thinkers, and the environment is full with the documentation of thinking.
Cultural forcesThinking routines and structures
"what kinds of thinking do you value and want to promote in your classroom?"
See Think Wonder
What makes you
Year 11 Ancient History and the 18th century image of the Forum
Circle of viewpoints
Routines engage in complex thinking
Routines can be used by the group or by the individual
Differentiation is automatic: thinking routines provide an entry point for students of all abilities:
Evidence that students are thinking well?
Me, You, Space, and Time.