See, Think, Wonder – Making Thinking Visible

Oct 18, 2018 | Instructional content

Harvard’s Project Zero has created learning routines based on research, helping teachers garner a more thorough thinking process from students. See, Think, Wonder, is one such routine that engages students in visual multimedia such as pictures or videos.

This concept can easily be delivered using Socrative: design an image-based quiz focussing on these 3 questions:

  1. What do you see?
  2. What do you think about that?
  3. What does it make you wonder?

Students draw from their own unique perspective, inviting curiosity from their peers. Depending on the teaching need, a single student may answer all three questions at once in a Student Paced Quiz, or the class may work together through the Teacher Paced Quiz option to answer and discuss questions one at a time.

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Ben Berte

Ben Berte is the founder and former CEO of Socrative. He is currently VP of Product at MasteryConnect.