Danielle Swainson

Danielle Swainson

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Visible Thinking - Understanding Map (6)

Visible Thinking: The map is generally introduced to students early in the unit and is referenced throughout. The map consists of six areas or key moves for building understanding:

One of the best things I've ever done: Installing built ins in the dining room using kitchen cabinets. #DIY

Like this kind of bookcase. wonder if this kind exists! I always looooove bulit-ins! ~ Dining Room built-ins using upper cabinets. Would like to leave out the dividers so it can be used as a buffet.

built in design for the living room. book shelves and a counter......or bedroom....I see tv space, shoe/bag shelves & sweater/ jean organization .... And then some!

built in design for the living room. book shelves and a counter.I see tv space, shoe/bag shelves sweater/ jean organization . And then some!

Well appointed features a white built in shelving unit fitted to gray walls featuring gray open shelves with charcoal gray backs lit by Boston Functional Library Wall Lights flanking a mounted flat panel television positioned over white shaker cabinets accented with satin nickel pulls.

Styled white built in cabinets flank a barn board wall fitted with a flat panel television mounted above white TV cabinets.

Use kitchen cabinets and IKEA butcher block counter tops to fake the look of built-ins.

Use kitchen cabinets and IKEA butcher block counter tops to fake the look of built-ins. 25 Cheap and Easy DIY's to Transform Your Home (really!

wall unit, build me! (opposite wall of hand-built fireplace) And wall of windows to the left-looking at this picture

wall unit, build me! (opposite wall of hand-built fireplace) And wall of windows to the left-looking at this picture wall unit, build me! (opposite wall of hand-built fireplace) And wall…

Get tips from HGTV Smart Home 2016 tech consultant Carley Knobloch on ways to hide technology throughout your home so it seamlessly blends with surrounding design. From the experts at HGTV.com.

Get tips from HGTV Smart Home 2016 tech consultant Carley Knobloch on ways to hide technology throughout your home so it seamlessly blends with surrounding design.