UPDATE 3/30/2020: Here is a link to a video where Smithsonian educators demonstrate use of the Thinking Routines with a piece of artwork. You would have to drill down a bit into these resources that I posted about from the Smithsonian for “A Woman’s Place” to find this excellent compilation of Thinking Routines from Harvard’s… Continue reading Project Zero Thinking Routines
Professional development with the Tug of War Visible Thinking Routine from Harvard’s Project Zero
Need an engaging way to encourage inferencing and discussion in your class? Try this free “Top Secret” template from SlidesMania adapted for the Main Side Hidden Visible Thinking Routine!
The Story Routine: Main–Side–Hidden is a Visible Thinking Routine that will help students to make inferences and see new perspectives.
UPDATE 10/13/2020: Here are links to some more Thinking Routine activities I made on Google Slides: 3-2-1 Bridge and Step Inside Monster Box. I am a gigantic fan of Harvard’s Project Zero Thinking Routines. As distance learning has become a necessity for many teachers and students, I have been pondering what these routines might look… Continue reading Peel The Fruit Slides Activity
What a wonderful experience working with #NEISD GT teachers on math enrichment activities after school yesterday!