The eight Thinking Maps are consistent visual patterns linked directly to eight specific thought processes. By visualizing our thinking, we create concrete images of abstract thoughts. These patterns help all students reach higher levels of critical and creative thinking -- essential components of 21st Century education. In a school-wide implementation, Thinking Maps establish a consistent Language for Learning.
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