Project Zero Thinking Routines

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

Tug of War

Professional development with the Tug of War Visible Thinking Routine from Harvard’s Project Zero

Peel The Fruit Slides Activity

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

Peel the Fruit

UPDATE 9/29/2020: Here is a link to a post with a Google Slides Template for online learning using this routine.  The post also includes a link to a post by Dr. Catlin Tucker with 5 other Thinking Routine Templates. “Peel the Fruit” is a Visible Thinking Routine from Project Zero.  I have mentioned some of … Continue reading Peel the Fruit

Step Inside with Monster Box

UPDATE 10/13/2021: You can now see an updated list of all of the Halloween/October resources I’ve collected by visiting this Wakelet! As I’ve been going through some of my “Halloween-ish” posts from previous years, I’ve recognized some updating that needs to be done. (Hard to believe I’ve been doing this for nine years now, and … Continue reading Step Inside with Monster Box

Interactive Google Slides Templates

UPDATE 8/10/2021: For more ideas on ways to design your slide decks, check out my new post here. With many schools beginning the 2020-2021 school year virtually, a lot of generous educators have been sharing interactive templates to use with Google Slides.  I have been bookmarking sites as I find them on Twitter, and I … Continue reading Interactive Google Slides Templates