Thinking Maps Thinking Maps are visual tools for learning, and include eight visual patterns each linked to a specific cognitive process. Teachers may apply Thinking Maps in all content areas and all grade levels.
Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works
The book discusses nine instructional strategies that work and the ways in which technology can support and integrate these strategies. Research shows these instructional strategies causes great gains in student achievement. Average gains of 34 percentile points. Pairing technology and effective instructional strategies can move a classroom from good to great!
Using the SAMR (Substitution-Augmentation-Modification-Redefinition) Model and the 4 C's of 21st Century Skills: Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication, & Collaboration we can assess and adjust the role techology is playing in their lessons.