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How to Teach Thinking Routines in the Classroom

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How to Teach Thinking Routines in the Classroom
“Today Karen Voglesang @NBCTchr teaches children to use thinking routines in her classroom. After participating in Harvard’s Project Zero, sh
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Growth Mindset Escape The Classroom part 2 of 2

Great job using math to escape the classroom at McCormick Elementary during this fun growth mindset breakout edu game.
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Routines, Spaced Practice and Growth Mindset

Routines, Spaced Practice and Growth Mindset | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
This fall, I am teaching Intensified Algebra in a two-period block to a wonderful group of ninth graders that are a year or more behind in math. (See this post to view some of the prep work I did o…
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Growth Mindset: Teaching Your Students to Be Expert Learners

Growth Mindset: Teaching Your Students to Be Expert Learners | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
When I taught English years ago, I was dealing out tattered paperbacks of the classics like it was my life’s calling. The whole class read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and then the whol…
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Top 30 Educators to Follow on Twitter

Top 30 Educators to Follow on Twitter | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
Twitter has been the best tool I have encountered for educators to connect, collaborate and develop as professionals. It allows educators to learn and connect 24/7 from anywhere around the world. O…
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Classroom eye candy – does it really help with learning?

Classroom eye candy – does it really help with learning? | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
A few weeks ago, my class made a large wave machine out of jelly babies and skewers as a provocation of a unit of inquiry into energy. We did some maths figuring out how many skewers and jelly babies we would need and how much they cost. We made the Jellybaby machine. One of the kids…
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Headlines for Making Thinking Visible

Teach students to draw out essential ideas from a topic or lesson. Use visible thinking routine - Headline! Learn more about it.
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Growth Mindsets – 10 Tips for developing your students

Growth Mindsets – 10 Tips for developing your students | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
How intelligent are you? How fast can you run? How well can you surf/knit/teach/learn/cook/….? Do you really know where your own limits lie? Most of us operate well within our capabilities, c…
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7 Ways to Incorporate Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Into the Classroom

7 Ways to Incorporate Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Into the Classroom | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
Best content around AEM Classroom selected by the EdTech Update community.
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Thinking Routines & Photographs: Gorillas

Thinking Routines & Photographs: Gorillas | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
 School is closed for a second day due to Irma knocking out power and knocking down trees across Atlanta. Although most of my neighborhood is without power, we seem to be okay for th
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Visible Thinking

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Purpose: What kind of thinking does this routine encourage? This routine encourages students to make careful observations and thoughtful interpretations. It helps stimulate curiosity and sets the stage for inquiry.
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How Making Thinking Visible Helps Teachers and Students - November Learning

How Making Thinking Visible Helps Teachers and Students - November Learning | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
Article Produced in Partnership with Cisco Education . One category of digital tools, making thinking visible, can give students a higher level of confidence to ask questions when they need help, or share their opinions and ideas with the rest of the class — leading to more thoughtful discussions. These same tools inform educators about how to plan for much more meaningful lessons. In the 1980s coming of age movie, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, one of the funniest scenes I remember (perhaps because I was a social studies teacher at the time) is the high school economics class with Ben [...]
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Creative Educator - It’s the Process, Not the Product

Creative Educator - It’s the Process, Not the Product | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
“ Facilitating a project rather than merely dispensing knowledge help students approach new ideas, information, and problems.”
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Focusing on a Growth Mindset

Focusing on a Growth Mindset | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
Students, Parents and Community Members, Calvin Smith Elementary needs your support.  This year we are developing our students to have an open mind about learning.  Below is a letter to you on how …
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Growth Mindset Workbook

Growth Mindset Workbook | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
Help kids and young adults learn about growth mindset by understanding hard work, persistence, grit, and dedication impact your success. This growth mindset workbook helps kids and young adults retrain their brains with using positive thinking skills. Why Teach Growth Mindset
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How to Foster Talent through a Growth Mindset and Grit

How to Foster Talent through a Growth Mindset and Grit | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
Foster grit and a growth mindset on your team to promote personal development, drive individual performance, and build a framework for success.
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Learning and Thinking out loud - visual note taking and beyond

Nicki Hambleton: Learning 2 Leader Warsaw April 2017 We all love to learn, but how do you share, recall and build on all your learning? When you look back
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Visible Thinking: Mind Mapping & Inquiry Circles

Mind mapping information and inquiry circles are effective strategies that can be used to enhance the inquiry research process. Students researching a
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Digital Note Taking Strategies That Deepen Student Thinking

Digital Note Taking Strategies That Deepen Student Thinking | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
Debates over note taking tend to focus on whether devices are helpful or harmful, rather than on strategies students can use to make connections between ideas
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What are the expectations for your classroom?

What are the expectations for your classroom? | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
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A List of More Than 30 Useful Digital Citizenship Resources

A List of More Than 30 Useful Digital Citizenship Resources | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
Check out this list of digital citizenship resources and tools for every type of educator. There's over 30 useful resources to explore.
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Authentic Learning Adventures: Nicole Martin

Authentic Learning Adventures: Nicole Martin | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
In her June 2017 MoVe Talk, Nicole Martin, challenges all learners, adults and children alike, to get outside and start adventuring as seekers and explorers as a means to encounter deep learning ex…
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18 Parenting Hacks to Prepare Kids for the World [Infographic]

18 Parenting Hacks to Prepare Kids for the World [Infographic] | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
Parenting is tough. When you’re in the trenches, trying to decide what’s most important and balance out finishing the laundry, reading that bedtime story and handing out discipline when it is needed, things get overwhelming. This infographic was created to help parents focus on the truly important things when it comes to preparing your child for life’s adventures.
The first category touches on the three P’s: Practice, Patience and Perseverance. These character traits will take a child a long way in life. It helps to start encouraging those characteristics at an early age. A positive attitude and determination to give your all in whatever you pursue are also key to success in the long run. Those elements can be taught and re-taught along the road of life.
Some of these tips go against the grain in today’s society. Let your kids be bored, when technology and screens are everywhere? If you succeed at letting them play, with no screens in sight, you’ll be surprised to see their creative side flourish.
Discipline is a hot topic for all parents. This infographic provides tips on acknowledging their feelings, disciplining with empathy and using natural consequences to help teach your child critical thinking skills. These can be helpful when life gets overwhelming and it’s easy to lose sight of the big picture. Eventually your defiant toddler or school-age child is going to have to think for herself and handle life without your guidance. Understanding the consequences of her actions will be very important when that time comes.
The final category reinforces the presence of parents and the importance of being there when your children need you. Showing unconditional love and remembering that actions speak louder than words are things that all parents must remember are key to helping support children in becoming successful adults. Utilizing teachable moments is also important because children absorb knowledge and experience.
This infographic aims to be a quality resource that brings the elements together on a tough day when you need reassurance, and on a good day when you feel like you’re winning at parenting.
 

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Year Published  
2017
Published by
Tiny Fry
Infographic Elements  
illustration
Designed by
Samara Kamenecka
Associated Topics  
Parenting
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Visible Thinking | Project Zero

Visible Thinking | Project Zero | Linking Thinking | Scoop.it
Visible Thinking is a flexible and systematic research-based conceptual framework, which aims to integrate the development of students' thinking with content learning across subject matters.   Visible Thinking began as an initiative to develop a research-based approach to teaching thinking...
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