A wonder wall - have student add their wonders before a unit and what they learned at the end of the unit

A wonder wall - have student add their wonders before a unit and what they learned at the end of the unit

This is a great anchor chart for inquiry. Students write what they see, think, and wonder about the question. They can put sticky notes up so that the anchor chart can be used again.

This is a great anchor chart for inquiry. Students write what they see, think, and wonder about the question. They can put sticky notes up so that the anchor chart can be used again.

Crockett's Classroom Forever in Third Grade: Tried and True Teacher Tip: Interactive Charts  (great blog post!)

Crockett's Classroom Forever in Third Grade: Tried and True Teacher Tip: Interactive Charts (great blog post!)

Today I thought I'd share a strategy I use to help my students communicate their thinking during the inquiry process. See, Think, Wonder is a thinking routine I use with my students to help them th...

See, Think, Wonder: Developing Thinking Routines in the Classroom

Today I thought I'd share a strategy I use to help my students communicate their thinking during the inquiry process. See, Think, Wonder is a thinking routine I use with my students to help them th...

Are your kids really thinking?  How to assess their thinking. #comprehension #readingstrategies #metacognition

Thinking Questions to Assess Comprehension, Metacognition, Guided Reading, RTI

Are your kids really thinking? How to assess their thinking. #comprehension #readingstrategies #metacognition

Mrs. Dailey's Classroom: Making Thinking Visible {I Used to Think...Now I Think Routine}

Mrs. Dailey's Classroom: Making Thinking Visible {I Used to Think...Now I Think Routine}

whole site and program and training about  Visual Thinking Strategies    very important for art education

whole site and program and training about Visual Thinking Strategies very important for art education

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