David Hyerle is an author and creator of a thought-organization methodology called " Thinking Maps " that is popular in public schools in the United States. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page.
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After gaining his elementary and secondary teaching credentials from the Bay Area Writing Project and teaching in the Oakland and Berkeley public schools, David received his doctorate from UC Berkeley with continuing studies as an Exchange Scholar for two years at the Harvard School of Education. He is an international leader in the field of thinking skills development, critical reflection, and 21st century learning.
David has always attempted to integrate the fields of cognitive-neuroscience, high quality collaborative teaching and learning models, and assessment into the fabric of everyday classroom teaching. ASCD Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development honored his work by distributing his visual tools book to over , educators worldwide. Recent published writings by David include insights into assessment, knowledge cartography knowledge creation and transfer , visual representations of data and the direct facilitation of dispositions of thinking, or Habits of Mind Costa and Kallick.
Since , when David formalized the approach for working across schools at every level from pre-K to college, the Thinking Maps, Inc. Presently, David is Co-Director of Thinking Schools International , a consulting group working around the world to share an integrated approach to educational transformation in places such as Ethiopia, Norway, Brazil, the UK and Malaysia. In the U. It is a highly accessible, in depth text with over 70 graphic displays that demonstrate with research and practical applications how visual tools and Thinking Maps are foundations for explicitly improving thinking, communication, problem solving and decision making, learning and leadership across organizations.
David is a dynamic, often playful and inspiring keynote speaker, drawing from his international and local cross-cultural experiences. He engages audiences large and small through rich video clips connected to up-to-date research, and authentic documentation from regular, inclusive, and special education classrooms from over 30 years of work in the field. He lives and plays in the snowy winter woods and the autumn colors of New Hampshire near Dartmouth College with his wife, son, dog and cats, along with occasional visits by bear, moose, deer and other wild creatures.
Please contact David directly at dhyerle sover. Add comments. David Hyerle After gaining his elementary and secondary teaching credentials from the Bay Area Writing Project and teaching in the Oakland and Berkeley public schools, David received his doctorate from UC Berkeley with continuing studies as an Exchange Scholar for two years at the Harvard School of Education.
To download and share an interactive version of the video tour above click here. Thinking Schools International TSI is for teachers, whole schools, educational bodies and countries that want to develop 21st Century learning environments with proven impact across the globe. Our transformational professional development design is for all faculty, including Developing Connective Leadership. TSI has a unique, scalable, sustainable, approach for explicitly developing ALL students abilities for thinking and directly transferring thinking processes to learning content across the disciplines and age levels from Early Years to University. The focus?
David N. Hyerle