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Keep Them Engage--Show What You Know


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Keywords: engaged, end of year, student presentations, parent resource, academic concept
Subject(s): Calculus, Information Skills, Biology, Art, Business, Algebra, Photography, Civics, Social Studies, Health and PE, Video, Animation, Social Skills, Home Economics, Spelling, Technology, Autism, Geography, Service Learning, Chemistry, Grammar, Dyslexia, Podcasting, Geometry, Science, Journalism, Life Science, Special Needs, Writing, Drama, History, Music, Earth Science, Speech and Language, Foreign Language, Reading, Physics, Trigonometry, Math, English/Language Arts
Grades 3 through 12
NETS-S Standard:
  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Communication and Collaboration
  • Research and Information Fluency
  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Technology Operations and Concepts
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School: J. B. Wilmeth Elementary School, McKinney, TX
Planned By: Robin Keating
Original Author: Robin Keating, McKinney
Great End of the Year activity!

1. Students are either assigned/or select an academic concept they "are good at."
2. Teacher selects a question or prompt that the student will use to solve or explain the concept. For example, give a student the problem: 7 x 1/2.
3. Student plans how he/she will teach/explain the question/prompt.
4. Student presents to teacher so ensure correct explanation and completeness of the explanation are present. Check any visuals/models student will use.
5. Student makes a mock-up of the interactive whiteboard specific for the concept/prompt.
6. Once approved by teacher, student can create the interactive whiteboard.
7. Using an ipad, students can work together to record a student presenting the interactive whiteboard lesson.
8. Presentation can be uploaded to google classroom for teacher to incorporate in instructional plans, student resources, or parent cheat-sheet!
Cross-Curriculum Ideas
All grades and curricula subjects
Materials: Whiteboards, Mobile Labs, Video Cameras, Computer Accessories