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An illustrated guide to creating with students a central, evolving visual that enables all learners to actively participate, assess, and achieve in standards-based classrooms.
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Editorial Reviews

Jessie Kalinowski

"Teaching with Visual Frameworks provides case studies that demonstrate how one teacher in one classroom can make a difference by using Visual Frameworks (graphic displays) that allow teachers and students to get the results they want from the work they do."

Margo Gottlieb

"Teaching with Visual Frameworks embraces the increasing diversity of our student population, values students as multicultural resources, and honors students as evaluators. These unique attributes make this book an invaluable guide for educators across settings and contexts."

Robert J. Marzano
"The system and techniques described in this book mark the beginning of what might be nothing short of a revolution in classroom pedagogy. The reader will find this book not only highly practical but also quite provocative in its implications."
Margaret Byrnes

"Teaching with Visual Frameworks provides a breath of fresh air to the dialogue on strategies to improve student learning. As I read, I realized that the author’s innovative visual framework for learning was a previously missing tool in my bag of educational teaching/learning tricks."

From the Foreword by Robert J. Marzano

"The system and techniques described in this book mark the beginning of what might be nothing short of a revolution in classroom pedagogy. The reader will find this book not only highly practical but also quite provocative in its implications."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761946656
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 11/1/2002
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 228
  • Product dimensions: 8.25 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.48 (d)

Meet the Author

Christine F. Ewy offers expertise from 30 years as a classroom teacher of pre-school through adults, instructional resource teacher, curriculum and inservice specialist, building and district-level administrator, adjunct professor, and consultant. Her methods focus on standards-based curriculum development that incorporates engaged learning, integrated technology, graphic design, and strong assessment components. Language acquisition, literacy development, and bilingual education are also important components of her staff development and consulting projects.

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Table of Contents

Foreword - Robert Marzano
Ch. 1: Unit Visual Framework: Making Ongoing Sense of a Unit of Study
Ch. 2: Focus: The Basis for Coherence and Cohesion
Ch. 3: Getting Started
Ch. 4: Co-Development and Ownership, Essential Requirements
Ch. 5: Visual Consistencies: Cohesion Building Blocks
Ch. 6: A Teacher's Story: Moving From Beginning to Experienced Use of UVFs
Ch. 7: Getting the Results You Want
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