• Thinking Maps
     
     
    Thinking Maps are a set of graphic organizer techniques. They provide a common visual language and information structure for student learning. Each different thinking skill (for example, classifying, or comparing and contrasting) has its own graphic organizer. Students who use these eight organizers are less confused by an endless array of poorly organized graphic organizers. They learn to apply these thinking skills to both concrete and abstract concepts, to think with depth, and apply their thinking to complex tasks.
     
    More information about Thinking Maps can be found at http://http://thinkingmaps.com/