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Tom March has been "working the Web" and contributing "Bright Ideas for education" since 1994. It all started with WebQuests and continued from there. These days, Tom focuses on supporting systemic change toward digitally enhanced personal learning.
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Category Archives: See-Think-Wonder
One of the more popular things I do is post “Look to Learn” activities. These are a combination of Thinking Routines with rich media. The main idea of Thinking Routines is: … it’s not enough for students to learn “critical thinking … Continue reading
I recently did a Webinar on this topic. Which is a bit absurd, really, because each deserves not only its own Webinar, but a full course to do justice to the ideas, models and research. But the point of the Webinar … Continue reading
Jack Hazlitt describes his landing at Gallipoli See-Think-Wonder What do you see? What do you think about that? What does it make you wonder?
The little clip below shows a few clever ways animals. props and videos were used to “write” a graphic illustration. You can get your heads around this a few different ways using the See-Think-Wonder routine. You might explore “how” it … Continue reading
The section of video below uses clever illustration to make a point about how our unconscious can influence us without our knowing it. In other words, thoughts that we don’t even notice can affect the decisions we make. You might … Continue reading
View this video made by filmmakers using camera phones See-Think-Wonder What’s one significant thing you noticed? What does it make you think about? What does this make you wonder about yourself or the world?