Thinking Pathways is Alice Vigor's website.
Alice writes -
"To develop understanding of a topic or subject area, one has to experience and engage in Authentic Intellectual Activity. That means solving problems, making decisions, and developing new understanding using methods and tools (Ritchhart, Church & Morrison, 2011). Exploring a range of Thinking Pathways allows teachers and students to move beyond surface learning that focuses on the memorisation of knowledge and facts, to more deep and reflective learning that is focused on developing understanding through more active and constructive processes.
This can be achieved by exploring a range of learning pathways, such as:
Flexible Learning... most images are obtained from Twitter/Facebook and presented anonymously.
Bump It Up! - Data Walls... most images are from Twitter/Facebook and anonymously shown.