All schools want their students to think creatively, critically and deeply. Visible Thinking is a project of Harvard University that found that students can be taught thinking habits or routines that enable them to effectively observe, analyse, question and reflect on their thinking. These routines can be used alone or in a group. Collaborative thinking can be applied to any context. Interactive Touchscreens at the front of the classroom enable visible thinking as it allows the teacher and the student to document their thinking using tools like the shared Whiteboard, Miro or other mind mapping applications. When learners speak, write, or draw their ideas, they deepen their cognition. This thinking can then be shared and saved into the MS Class Notebook or into Google Classroom. It can be referred to or expanded on as the topic progresses. The Microsoft Whiteboard now has thinking templates already built-in, for example Know, Wonder, Learn (KWL).