Exploratree as one of their Top 25 Websites for Teaching and Learning. It falls under the Curriculum Sharing Standard for the 21st-Century Learner.
Exploratree provides users the opportunity to create or use thinking guides, tools or frameworks for thinking through and considering different aspects or perspectives. Guides can be filled in online or printed out and then completed.
Ready made guides are listed in the following categories: Map Your Ideas, Solve Problems, Explore, Analyse, and Different Perspective.
Map Your Ideas contains a blank template, review plans, anticipate issues, invite feedback and possible futures frameworks.
Knowing trees, is/is not, reversal, use the essence, and digging up roots are all guides found under Solve Problems.
When selecting a template in the Explore category the choices are future wheels, T. A. S. C., question things, compare & contrast and a day in the life.
If a user wishes to Analyse, guides that could be chosen are tracking an inquiry, facts or opinions, making meanings, scamper and traffic lights.
To map out a Different Perspective users can specify either from a different angle, thinking boxes, plus, minus, interesting, examine ideas and compass rose.