Pathways to Thinking Schools

Pathways to Thinking Schools

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Give students the essential thinking skills they need to thrive.

Content-focused teaching may yield marginal improvements in test scores, but leaves students without the cognitive skills and dispositions for success in an information-overloaded world that requires deep thinking, collaborative problem solving, and emotional intelligence.

David Hyerle has brought exciting models for enabling students to drive their own thinking and learning to schools in every corner of the world, with outstanding results. In this book, Hyerle presents case studies of schools and educators who have applied these models, in some cases system-wide, to ensure every student can thrive in an increasingly complex future. Among his powerful concepts for short and long-term improvement are: Visual Tools for Thinking—The nonlinguistic tools that have made Hyerle's famous “Thinking Maps” model so ...

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