Depth and Complexity Icon Magnets


The Depth and Complexity Icon Magnets have quickly become a favorite resource for teachers with a differentiated classroom. They are often used to create a rebus-style objective or task statement to focus student learning. Many teachers also use the Depth and Complexity Icon Magnets to hold up charts and materials, while prompting students to use the icon as a verb to dive deeper into the content, making observations and asking questions to better understand the topic. The magnets are an eye-catching way to facilitate thoughtful explorations of multiple subject areas and topics. The magnets are available in both English and Spanish.



This set of magnets is designed in full color and matches the other Icon colors in our other products. Use them as you guide students in deep, complex, and thoughtful explorations of multiple subject areas and topics. Each of the 11 Depth and Complexity Icon Magnets (about 4” x 6” in size) are in a different colors. They’re light enough to easily slide on your whiteboard and strong enough to hold up papers.


Additional information




Bette Gould, J Taylor Education


Company Bio: J Taylor Education was founded in 2006 with the primary focus to educate teachers on best practices for implementing the Depth and Complexity thinking tools into their instruction to provide differentiated learning opportunities for students. J Taylor Education is the official resource for Depth and Complexity and offers multiple print resources. J Taylor Education is the sole source publisher and official provider of Depth and Complexity Framework products and workshops. The Depth and Complexity Framework is the differentiation solution, providing instructional tools that empower students to be independent thinkers and creative problem-solvers. Used in over 85,000 classrooms, the Depth & Complexity Framework creates renewed learning excitement in the classroom. Learn more at Follow us on Twitter @JTaylorEdu


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Depth and Complexity Icon Magnets”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *