A Guide to Graphic Organizers: Helping Students Organize and Process Content for Deeper Learning

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Corwin Press, 30 may. 2007 - 245 páginas

Offers teachers of all grade levels and content areas ready-to-use graphic organizers with guidelines for supporting cooperative learning groups, strengthening students' thinking processes, and developing effective assessments.



 

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KWL
1
Web
8
Sequence Chart
15
Starburst
23
Gathering Grid
31
5+1 Newspaper
39
Jigsaw
47
Ranking Ladder
55
ProblemSolving Chart
143
TwoWay Thinking Tower
151
Classification Flow Chart
160
Right Angle
168
Inference Funnel
176
Whats the Big Idea?
183
Invent Your Own Graphic Organizer
193
Tools for Lifelong Thinking and Learning
196

Scale
63
PMI
71
Venn Diagram
79
Spider Map
87
Classification Grid
94
AgreeDisagree Chart
101
Prediction Tree
108
Decision Makers Flow Chart
118
Concept Map
127
Fishbone Analyzer
135
Skillful Thinking Is Not an Accident
199
Promoting Students Thinking About Their Thinking
206
Developing the Quality of Student Thinking
211
Using Graphic Organizers With Learning Groups
215
The Multiple Uses of Graphic Organizers in Assessment
220
No Child Left Behind and Research
229
Electronic Resources
236
Bibliography
238
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James Bellanca is a life-long advocate for the principles and practices created by Reuven Feuerstein. As a Senior Fellow for the Partnership for 21st Century Learning, he created and edits the innovative P21Blogazine. He is the editor of a series of 21st Century Deeper Learning collections, has authored more than a dozen how-to books aimed to infuse critical and creative thinking across the curriculum and is President of the Illinois Consortium for 21st Century Schools.

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