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ThinkDots

Page history last edited by Angela Cunningham 10 years, 11 months ago

 

After students have worked to gain essential knowledge, understanding, and skill about a topic, they can use Think Dots to review, demonstrate, and extend their thinking on the subject.  Think Dots are made of six cards that are hole-punched in one corner.  The set is held together with a notebook ring, a loop of string, or any other device that allows students to flip through the set easily.  Each card has one ot more dots on its front.  On the back of each card is a question or task that asks students to work directly with important knowledge, understanding, and skills related to the topic they are studying. 

 

From Fulfilling the Promise of the Differentiated Classroom by Carol-Ann Tomlinson

 


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