Let students show what they know by creating a diorama.
Have students synthesize and highlight their learning by having them produce a movie trailer that punctuates the important concepts of whatever topic they’ve been working on.
When students need to take notes, instead of displaying them in front of the classroom, have the notes displayed around the room or school so that students get a chance to move about the room.
Have students compose lyrics for an original musical composition or use the melody from well-known children’s songs or popular songs on the radio to synthesize their learning.
“Flipping the classroom” is a term for arranging traditional lessons to be delivered out side of class time and allowing class time to involve students in activities that build on their understanding of the content.
A podcast is a digital audio file that is made available through the internet.
Have students create a comic strip or a comic book of what they have learned.
Have the students compose and shoot a photo depicting an idea or conveying a learning objective.
What better way to have students use their skills of deduction and observation than to stage a crime scene and have them solve the crime.
Personal whiteboards allow students to take temporary notes or work out problems in an non-threatening way.
Problem Based Learning (PBL) is a structured framework for active and collaborative learning.
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