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  • Thinking routinesThinkingroutines

    Seguestolearning

    Dr Heather Evansevansh@trinity.vic.edu.au

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  • Trinity Grammar SchoolTrinityGrammarSchool

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  • Visible ThinkingVisibleThinking

    http://www pz harvard edu/vthttp://www.pz.harvard.edu/vt

    Visible Thinking has a duel goal:Visible Thinking has a duel goal: To cultivate students thinking skills and dispositionsTo deepen content learning.

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  • Thinking dispositionsThinkingdispositions

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  • OpenmindedOpen minded

    Being flexibleBeingflexible, willingtoconsiderandtryoutnewideas,

    i l i i d generatingalternativeoptionsandexplanations

    lookingbeyondthegivenandexpected. activeratherthanapassiveprocess.p p

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  • CuriousCurious

    Curiosityisntanendinitselfbutthebeginning of a process of discovery orbeginningofaprocessofdiscovery orproblemsolving.W l i i f h i k Wevaluecuriosityforwhereitcantakeus.

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  • MetacognitiveMetacognitive

    Effective learners tend to :Effectivelearnerstendto : activelymonitor,

    l regulate, evaluate, anddirecttheirthinking.

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  • TruthseekingTruth seeking

    Byaskingstudentswhytheythinkwhattheydo or what is behind their beliefs or opinionsdoorwhatisbehindtheirbeliefsoropinions,wecanbegintoengagethemina searchfortruth and understandingtruthandunderstanding.

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  • ScepticalSceptical

    Being sceptical means probing below theBeingsceptical meansprobingbelowthesurfaceofthings,lookingforproofandevidence and not accepting things at faceevidence,andnotacceptingthingsatfacevalue.

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  • StrategicStrategic

    Ourtaskandourthinkingbecomeclearerwhen we clarify our goals and consider wayswhenwe clarifyourgoalsandconsiderwaystoreachthem.

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  • Thinking routinesThinkingroutinesThinkingroutinesfocusontheestablishmentofstructuresthatweavethinkingintothefabricoftheclassroomandhelptomakethethinkingofeveryoneintheclassroommorevisibleandapparent.(Perkins,2004)

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  • Thinking routinesThinkingroutines areexplicit have only a few steps haveonlyafewsteps areflexibleinnature are instrumental in nature areinstrumentalinnature getusedrepeatedly group or individual use grouporindividualuse

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  • The goal of a routine is to provide structure Thegoalofaroutineistoprovidestructurethatengagesstudentsdeeplywithcontent,fosters their understanding and uncoversfosterstheirunderstanding,anduncoverstheirthinkingintheprocess

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  • Thinkingideals

    Understanding g

    Fairness

    TruthTruth

    Creativity

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  • Your turn!Yourturn!

    ThinkThink Whatdoyouthinkyouknowaboutthistopic?

    Puzzle Puzzle Whatquestionsorpuzzlesdoyouhave?

    Explore Whatdoesthetopicmakeyouwanttoexplore?

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  • Core RoutinesCoreRoutines

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  • Classroom display boardsClassroomdisplayboards

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  • Understanding RoutinesUnderstandingRoutines

    Connect Extend ChallengeConnectExtendChallenge ExplanationGame

    dli Headlines QuestionStarts ThinkPairShare Think Puzzle ExploreThinkPuzzleExplore Whatmakesyousaythat?

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  • Understanding RoutinesUnderstandingRoutines

    321 Bridge3 2 1Bridge Colour,Symbol,ImageG S C l b Generate,Sort,Connect,Elaborate

    PeeltheFruit

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  • Fairness RoutinesFairnessRoutines

    Circle of ViewpointsCircleofViewpoints HereNowThereThen

    ki i f i h Makingitfair:NowThenLater ReportersNotebook TugofWar

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  • Circle of viewpointsCircleofviewpoints

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  • Circle of viewpointsCircleofviewpoints

    Consider the transition from Primary school toConsiderthetransitionfromPrimaryschooltoSecondaryschool

    I am thinking of the transition from the Iamthinkingofthetransitionfromtheviewpointof........I hi k Ithink

    AquestionIhavefromthisviewpointis

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  • Truth RoutinesTruthRoutines

    Claim Support QuestionClaimSupportQuestion HotSpotsS k i StopLookListen

    TrueforWho? Tugfortruth Red Light Yellow LightRedLight,YellowLight

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  • Creativity RoutinesCreativityRoutines

    Creative HuntCreativeHunt CreativeQuestions

    i fi ? Doesitfit? OptionsDiamond OptionsExplosion Step Inside: Perceive Know Care AboutStepInside:Perceive,Know,CareAbout

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  • Using the routines in the classroomUsingtheroutinesintheclassroom

    Mathematics

    SScience

    Other subjects

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  • See, think wonderSee,thinkwonder

    What do you see?

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  • Whatdoyouthinkabout?y

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  • Whatdoesitmakeyouwonder?y

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  • (2+3) x 4 2+ (3 x 4)(2+3)x42+(3x4)

    What do you see?Whatdoyousee? Whatdoesitmakeyouthinkabout?

    h d i k d ? Whatdoesitmakeyouwonder?

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  • Whatsgoingon?Whatmakesyousaythat?

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  • In scienceInscience

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  • Lesson 1 Year 7 ScienceLesson1Year7Science

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  • What does it make you wonder?Whatdoesitmakeyouwonder?

    What does it do?Whatdoesitdo? Howdoesitwork?

    h i h h f ? Whatisthethermometerfor? Canithelppeople? Whatdoeseachbitdo? Where was it made?Wherewasitmade?

  • Year 10 ChemistryYear10Chemistry

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  • After this routine:After this routine:

    Boys had a clear purpose for the experiment on precipitation reactions.

    The boys were focussed, they worked quietly and efficiently, and were eager to begin the analysis of their results

    The boys wanted to learn how to interpret the solubility tables available in the senior chemistry laboratory

    results.

    tables available in the senior chemistry laboratory.

    I had a record of the lesson a valuable resource for my reflections.y

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  • 3 routines 1 picture3routines 1picture

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  • My reflections -

    A very quiet working class after this routine had been doneA very quiet working class after this routine had been done.

    Class was quiet and thoughtful during the routine . Think pair share was d id h d ith th i di t l d th b fused- ideas were shared with those immediately around them before

    pooling the ideas of all the class.

    By the nature of the picture, the first question had many common answers.

    Questions 2 & 3 elicited much greater variety.

    The boys listened carefully to the different questions others wondered about.

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  • Looking back- reflecting

    Thinking routines

    Relatively easy to include into regular classroom lessons

    Provide opportunities for student expression

    Help students get into a learning mindsetHelp students get into a learning mindset

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  • I used to think now I thinkIusedtothink nowIthink

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