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Student Successes with Thinking Maps®
by David N. Hyerle and Larry Alper

Neuroscientists tell us that the brain organizes information in networks and maps. What better way to teach students to express their ideas than with the same method used by the brain? Student Successes With Thinking Maps® presents eight powerful visual models that boost all learners' metacognitive and critical thinking skills. Enriched with new research, a wealth of examples, and cross-content applications, this second edition also shows how Thinking Maps serve as valuable assessment tools. This novel and effective model helps students

Educators have found that using Thinking Maps for professional development can improve teacher performance, build leadership skills, and raise students' scores on high-stakes tests. If your goal is to transform your school's culture, Thinking Maps will put you on the road to success.

Industry Reviews  
"The work with Thinking Maps certainly reinforce one of the Habits of Mind-communicating with clarity and precision! I have used the first book with many study groups. Students of all ages and stages of development can profit from the clarity that these visual tools provide." 
-- Bena Kallick, Co-Director




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