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    TABLE OF CONTENTSACKNOWLEDGMENTS ................................................................................................................................... II

    CHAPTER1:OVERVIEW ........................................................................................................................1

    HOW THIS REPORT IS ORGANIZED............................................................................................................... 2

    INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................................4

    CHAPTER2:THEARTFULTHINKINGAPPROACH .............................................................................6

    THINKING DISPOSITIONS.............................................................................................................................. 7

    THINKINGANDART ................................................................................................................................... 11

    CHAPTER3:INSTRUCTIONALCOMPONENTS .................................................................................14

    THINKING ROUTINES ................................................................................................................................. 15

    Reasoning-centered routines:................................................................................................16Perspective Taking-centered routines: ..................................................................................20Questioning & Investigating-centered routines:.....................................................................26Observing & Describing-centered routines:...........................................................................29

    Comparing & Connecting-centered routines:.........................................................................36Complexity-centered routines ................................................................................................42

    CHAPTER4:TEACHERRESOURCEMATERIALS..............................................................................47

    TEACHER STUDY GROUPS......................................................................................................................... 48

    STUDY GROUP PROTOCOL ........................................................................................................................49

    THINK TRACK DATA:ACASE STUDY .......................................................................................................... 50

    INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTUREAND SUPPORT ................................................................................................ 54

    CHAPTER5:ASSESSMENT.................................................................................................................55

    STANCE ONASSESSMENT.......................................................................................................................... 56

    ASSESSING THINKING:SIX CONTINUA ........................................................................................................ 59

    CAAPASSESSMENT REDESIGN................................................................................................................. 60

    CHAPTER6:RESEARCH .....................................................................................................................62

    CONCEPTS OFART:IUSED TO THINK,NOW ITHINK ................................................................................... 63

    STUDENT CONCEPT MAPS......................................................................................................................... 71

    REFERENCES............................................................................................................................................ 86

    APPENDIXA ..........................................................................................................................................89

    THEARTFUL THINKING PALETTE ................................................................................................................ 90

    THINK TRACK ............................................................................................................................................91

    STUDENT CONCEPT MAP INSTRUMENT....................................................................................................... 93

    APPENDIXB ..........................................................................................................................................96

    FROM THINKING ROUTINES TO WRITING GOALS ......................................................................................... 99

    IDEAS FOR USING ROUTINES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASS ....................................................................109

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    Artful Thinking Final Report, November 2006 ii

    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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    HOW THIS REPORT IS ORGANIZED

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    INTRODUCTION

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    Works of art are good things tothink about. This simple premiseunderlies Artful Thinking, a programthat helps teachers regularly useworks of art in their curriculum inways that strengthen studentthinking and learning. Used byclassroom teachers across allgrade levels, as well as artspecialists, the program focuses onlooking at and interpreting art,rather than making art. Its goalsare twofold: To help teacherscreate rich connections betweenworks of art and topics they areteaching; and to use the power ofart as a force for developingstudents thinking dispositions.

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    THINKING DISPOSITIONS

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    APPENDIX A

    The Artful Thinking Palette

    Think Track Tool

    Student Concept Map Instrument

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    THINK TRACK

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