This page includes many video, photographs and other infographics depicting and illutstrating Making Thinking Visible and Thinking Routines.
In this video, Ron Ritchhart, one of the authors of the book, Making Thinking Visible, introduces the idea greating thinking dispositions by being deliberate in including thinking routines in content teaching.
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Chalk Talk is a way of documenting learners' thinking and the importance of making the their thinking visible. Chalk Talk is a thinking routine that assists the facilitator to doocument students' thinking and to make that thinking visible.
The Headling thinking routine works well with starting and ending discussions. After the students have read sorme text or have watched a video or researched a particular topic, ask them to write a headline which best summarizes their reading or viewing. Then after discussing the text or video with the class, (using other routines like "What makes you say that? or "Pair and Share"), ask the students if their headlines have changed and why.
There are many good examples on the Internet of See-Think-Wonder. This example shows a teacher using the routine and combining it with What makes you say that and Color-Symbol-Image. One of the official Project Zero videos on See-Think-Wonder can be found in this link.
The video on the right does a good job demonstrating how S-T-W should be structured. It is important to keep each part of the routine separate, and allow plenty of time for the See portion.