“Helps teachers think about what they are doing in the classroom with graphic organizers and how they can use them more effectively.”
(Mark Johnson, Principal 2008-04-17)"With an emphasis on transforming information into knowledge, everyone who considers themselves a learner or a facilitator of someone else’s learning would benefit from the author’s message and ideas. I appreciate the voices of learners of all ages that the author sprinkles throughout the work! These bits bring the ideas to life."
(Judith A. Rogers, Professional Learning Specialist 2008-04-17)
About the Author
is an independent researcher, author, and consultant focused on literacy, thinking-process instruction, and whole-school change. He is the developer of the Thinking Maps language and is presently codirector of Designs for Thinking, a consulting and research group based in New England.