Thinking Maps® are eight visual-verbal learning tools.
Each is based on a fundamental thinking process and used together as a set of tools for showing relationships.
Thinking Maps® give students and teachers a common language for meaningful learning.
The consistency and flexibility of each of the Thinking Maps® promotes:
- student-centered and cooperative learning
- concept development, reflective thinking
- clarity of communication
- continuous cognitive development
Students will construct knowledge, much like carpenters working together using a common set of tools to build a new structure. Thinking Maps®can help students become independent, reflective, life-long problem-solvers and learners.
Learn more about the eight Thinking Maps®