Integrative Thinking in the Classroom
Enabling metacognition and creative problem solving in our classrooms and schools
Integrative Thinking is a problem solving methodology first written about in the Opposable Mind by Roger Martin. It is built on the insight that divergent ideas can be leveraged to create innovative solutions.
The Integrative Thinking toolbox uses frameworks developed by academics, across fields to support students to think about their thinking and creating better models. Originally created for executives and leaders, educators across K-12 have become the pedagogical innovators who have shaped the tools to enhance their practice and student learning.
Join colleagues across grades and subject areas to explore concrete tools to bring 21st century learning, skills and mindsets to life – on the first day of school!
Join us for this hands-on professional learning experience that you can implement the first day of school
August 25 - 27, 2020