'Making thinking visible'

Visible Thinking is a research-based approach to teaching thinking that develops students' thinking dispositions, while at the same time deepening their understanding of the topics they study. Visible Thinking, an approach to teaching thinking developed by Project Zero, Harvard University, has two goals: to deepen content learning and to cultivate students’ thinking skills and thinking dispositions. Now used by educators around the world, Visible Thinking is designed to be used in all subjects, all grades, and in a range of educational settings. 

Please explore our collection of resources and research into the field of Visible Thinking.



 Making Thinking Visible

 Original research article by David Perkins at Harvard Graduate School of Education 


Thinking Routines


Visible Thinking


 The Learning Capacity Podcast  

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