To make ‘thinking visible’ is often talked about as a key aim of modern teaching. Enabling students to consider how they are learning, not just what they are learning, is essential if we want students to be reflective and progressive learners. However this isn’t always easy to do.
Luckily, modern technology can provide new tools to help students visualise and reflect on their learning. This Google Slide by the I&S faculty at Island School contains various suggestions for leveraging digital tools to not only make thinking visible, but to also help differentiation, provide new formative assessment opportunities, and to help unlock inquiry-based learning.