Cultures of Thinking
My Learning Journey with “Peeling the Fruit”: Modeling Thinking Routines in Professional Development Settings
What is “Peeling the Fruit,” you might be asking? For those who don’t know, it’s a thinking routine, developed at Project Zero, in the Visible Thinking project. You’ll also see it referred to as “Peel the Fruit.”
What does an antiracist, student-centered curriculum look like? How can we ensure that our students, many of whom are English language learners, have access to meaningful, globally competent learning experiences? How do we cultivate opportunities for all students to show what they know and who they are in our classrooms, celebrating their learning differences?
Facebook Twitter DCPZ In Action, Vol. II: Making Across the Curriculum “DCPZ In Action” is a new feature that will highlight, from time to time, the many ways in which