Using Thinking Maps in Science: Brace Map

Science Thinking Maps

Thinking Maps® are visual representations for different thought processes. We can use Thinking Maps in science.

brace map (whole/part relationship)

brace map (whole/part relationship)

Using the 8 Thinking Maps in Science: Examples and Pics

Science Thinking Maps

Using our thinking with our Thinking Maps--like how they took the posters and added (test) vocabulary to them to explain their purposes.

Thinking Maps--like how they took the posters and added (test) vocabulary to them to explain their purposes.

Aha moment with thinking maps in math:  brace map for part-part-whole, tree map for shapes, double bubble map to compare 2 shapes

Aha moment with thinking maps in math: brace map for part-part-whole, tree map for shapes, double bubble map to compare 2 shapes

Visual Thinking Maps are useful ways of ordering, justifying, reasoning and establishing sequences: http://2a2biasbusybees.wikispaces.com/file/view/thi_map.gif/168685551/thi_map.gif

Visual Thinking Maps are useful ways of ordering, justifying, reasoning and establishing organized notes

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Sight Words and Thinking Maps!

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Sight Words and Thinking Maps! The red and blue correspond with LLI.

verbs circle map - do along with other circle maps and have students sort words into circle maps - informal assessment idea.

Joyful Learning In KC: Animal Action~Verb lessons - In HS could make a verb wall - brainstorm, then sort if reg/irreg?

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Thinking Maps: Bridge Map - Reverse Sums - good for switching ADDENDS first grade needs to state relating factor underneath

Comprehension domains with depth & complexity icons(GATE) and thinking maps.

It's been on my list of TO DOs for my planbook for a while now.Comprehension domains with depth & complexity icons(GATE) and thinking maps.

Take Learning Further With A Frame Of Reference - The Official Thinking Maps ® Blog  - Check out this collection of blogs on the Frame of Reference.

A Frame of Reference is a box drawn around any Thinking Map. By adding a Frame of Reference, students are asked to “think about their thinking” which then leads to greater reflection, adds layers of metacognition, and unlocks creativity.

thinking maps for science ideas

Third Grade Thinkers: Using Thinking Maps, bridge maps to describe Earth's rotation and revolution. I love how this teacher adds illustrations to the bridge maps.

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