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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.
"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. "
"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."
"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."
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