4. Module 1 continued.
1) Visible Thinking Strategies
Background: What is Visible Thinking?
Visible Thinking web link:
Visible Thinking | Project Zero (harvard.edu)
Visible Thinking involves learners being aware of their own thought processes and those of the people they are working with. You can find out more about Visible Thinking by clicking on the web link below. Visible Thinking also involves using thinking routines. Thinking routines are simple, easy to use structures which will help your students become better thinkers, enabling them to think creatively, critically and deeply. Using thinking routines with your students will get them into the habit of observing, analysing and questioning. One thinking routine that we’ve used in our object-based learning sessions is ‘See, Think, Wonder’. Have a go yourself in the next exercise.