Pathways to Thinking Schools

Pathways to Thinking Schools

Building on the successful, proven thinking maps model developed by David N Hyerle, this title focuses on the development of thinking processes for every member of the learning community and on reframing how educators perceive the fundamental purpose of education in a global communications/knowledge age.

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Pages 281 pages
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