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PROJECT 5 Visible Thinking

PROJECT 5 Visible Thinking

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Published by: Tavini182 on Sep 14, 2012
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 Visible Thinking
 
Visible Thinking is a flexible and systematicresearch-based approach
 
Visible thinking links two fundamental elements whichare students´ thinking with content learning that meansthat the main purpose of Visible Thinking is to cultivatethe thinking ability, curiosity, and creativity of ourstudents by following classroom routines and so developthe academic content presented in the lesson plan.
In other word the purpose of visible thinking is to alertstudents and make them think about the matter they arestudying trough different routines to accomplish theobjectives presented by the teacher.
 
Making Thinking Visible
The fundamental goals of visible thinking is to help students tothink about the subject matters by using their creativity,curiosity and disposition to solve problems but generating, atthe same time, intellectual capacity. Here are some of its key
goals:
Deeperunderstanding of content
Greatermotivationforlearning
Development of learners' thinking and learningabilities.
Development of learners' attitudestowardthinking and learning
and theiralertnesstoopportunitiesforthinking and learning (the"dispositional" side of thinking).
A shift in classroom culture toward a community of enthusiasticallyengagedthinkers and learners.

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