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Visible Thinking

Here you will find useful academic research related to Professionally Speaking's popular Professional Practice feature.

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Professional Practice Research: Visible Thinking

From the September 2019 issue of Professionally Speaking

Making Thinking Visible : How to Promote Engagement, Understanding, and Independence for All Learners / Ron Ritchhart, Mark Church, Karin Morrison
Visible thinking in the K-8 mathematics classroom / Ted H. Hull, Don S. Balka, Ruth Harbin Miles
THINQ 1-3 : inquiry-based learning in the primary classroom / authors, Jill Colyer, Teresa Cariglia-Bull, Elizabeth David, Shannon Simpson, Marie Swift
IQ : a practical guide to inquiry-based learning / Jennifer Watt and Jill Colyer
Inquiry-based learning using everyday objects : hands-on instructional strategies that promote active learning in grades 3-8 / Amy Edmonds Alvarado, Patricia R. Herr
Problem-based learning : an inquiry approach / John Barell
Visible learning for science, grades K-12 : what works best to optimize student learning / John Almarode, Douglas B. Fisher, Nancy E. Frey, John Allan Hattie
The best class you never taught : how spider web discussion can turn students into learning leaders / Alexis Wiggins ; with a foreword by Jay McTighe
The sketchnote handbook : the illustrated guide to visual note taking / by Mike Rohde
Eyes on math : a visual approach to teaching math concepts / Marian Small & Amy Lin ; illustrations by Amy Lin


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