Visible Thinking

Designing for Metacognition

Session Essential Questions

1. How can instructional leaders encourage high levels of metacognitive response in activities and projects?
2. How can questioning serve as formative assessment and feedback to advance learning processes?
3. What is the role of organizational culture in developing learners who become responsible for their own thinking and personal development?


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What does "making thinking visible" mean to you?

1. Go to student.infuselearning.com (open in new tab)

2. Room ID: 50853


*iPad Photo Courtesy of Kevin Honeycutt

Research Framework

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Step 1: Get your graphics in line

Start with a student drawing, image, picture, graphic, or other piece of visual content. Use tools to edit, enhance, engage, enlighten, encourage, empower....ok out of e's. You get the point.


Step 2: Add a layer of awesome

Step 3: Create a project

-Find a picture of student.

-Brainstorm with a partner or group: What does a high school graduate look like?

-Choose apps that will best demonstrate your thinking. Create.

-Post your creation:


http://padlet.com/wall/Visible-thinking

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A Pep Talk from Kid President to You

Response-ability

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The 4 C's

Connect

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Greg Garner M.Ed.

I want you to win! Whatever that looks like in your organization, please let me know how I can help and I am more than happy to do what I can!


Tracy Clark M.S.

I want to make an impact on education! Would love to connect and discuss how we can be an active part of the change we want to see!