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“Pathways to Thinking Schools”

I was thinking the other day about how much of what we do in schools stimulates thinking but actually does not directly develop students’ fluency with the tools we give them.  Remembering Gill Hubble’s writing from New Zealand reminded me about the crucial distinction she made between “tacit” to “strategic” use of visual tools.  Here is an excerpt from “Pathways to Thinking Schools”, and five examples of ...

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