AEP 825 - Thinking Maps

The Thinking Maps course is designed to enable teachers at all levels to use Thinking Maps as a common visual language for learning. These thinking process tools are the foundation for learners' continuous cognitive development, from school to work. Thinking Maps are used for content-specific and interdisciplinary learning, thus giving schools a common set of tools for integrating teaching, learning and assessment. Given direct training in using these maps, students have concrete tools for independently and interdependently seeking patterns in information. These unique attributes of Thinking Maps support students becoming independent, reflective, lifelong problem solvers and learners. Students are empowered to draw on a range of different and related thinking processes, and they are motivated to persevere during complex tasks.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Graduate Standing
Last updated: 05/23/2022