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Qualitative and quantitative test results from researchers, curriculum authors, teachers, and administrators demonstrate why Thinking MapsŪ have increased student performance and teacher effectiveness.
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David Hyerle is an independent researcher, author, and consultant focused on literacy, thinking-process instruction, and whole-school change. He is the developer of the Thinking Maps language and is presently codirector of Designs for Thinking, a consulting and research group based in New England.Review:
"Following a presentation of the what, why, and how of Thinking Maps®, the reader is treated to a panoramic view into schools that have successfully used this unique tool kit to bridge the gap from research to practice. All are worthy models to examine―and follow―as schools focus on continuous growth for all through both individual and school improvement. The book is a must read!" Author: Marti Richardson, Past President
"David Hyerle proposes a common visual language for teaching and learning...the best of all possible worlds, where diverse communities of teachers, learners, and school administrators use maps as a way to level the playng field in a collaborative sharing of ideas and monitoring and assessment of student work." Author: Contemporary Psychology APA Review of Books Published On: 2005-07-13
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