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1 Explore the Future: Think Like a Disciplinarian Using Thinking Maps to Differentiate Your Curriculum Desiree Olivas, M.Ed, PhD SAUSD

2 Visual Tools for Transforming Information Into Knowledge David Hyerle, Author Arthur L. Costa, Prologue Robert J. Marzano, Foreward Corwin Press, 2009, Second Edition, 167 pages David Hyerle David Hyerle

3 Visual Tools for Transforming Information Into Knowledge David Hyerle, Author Arthur L. Costa, Prologue Robert J. Marzano, Foreward Corwin Press, 2009, Second Edition, 167 pages David Hyerle David Hyerle

4 Think Like a Disciplinarian Novelty : provides students with a disciplinarian perspective in the study of the core curriculum. Problem Solving Primary purpose: ◦ introduce students to the disciplinarians and the language tools, and skills they use to develop expertise. ◦ acquaint students with the fields of the study within a discipline ◦ broaden students’ awareness of the discipline by incorporating into the basic curriculum the perceptions of the discipline. Kaplan, Frames, p.11

5 Integrate the icons into pathways, intersections and content imperatives:

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8 What does it mean to think like a disciplinarian? Think Like a Philosopher

9 Think Like a Products /Outcom es Purpos e Methods/Skill s

10 What does it mean to think like a disciplinarian?

11 Analogies and relationships plus thinking like a discipinarian: AS Relating factor:

12 Students used their understanding of a discipline in thinking about content curriculum and the universal theme. Think like a Lawyer and The Three Branches of Government

13 Students used their understanding of a discipline in thinking about content curriculum and the universal theme. The Three Branches of Government and Think Like a Philosopher

14 TRENDS FOR FLOW MAPS: HOW WOULD A _(TLAD) PROBLEM SOLVE FOR ________? In order to compare one discipline’s process or thinking to another discipline’s process of thinking….. Problem Solution

15 TRENDS FOR FLOW MAPS: HOW WOULD A _(TLAD) PROBLEM SOLVE FOR ________? …then compare the similarities and differences…..

16 From the perspective of a ___ what rules have changed over time and why? What difference does this make?

17 WHAT PATTERNS ARE/WERE VIEWED FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES (TLAD)? In order to analyze one discipline’s process or thinking to another discipline’s process of thinking…..in a parallel sequence map: Pattern Conclusion

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