What is a Consequence Wheel?

What is a Consequence Wheel?

Consequence wheel is a tool which encourages students to explore and find out the consequences, impact, cause-effect relationships or interrelations of various events, ideas, decisions, trends and situations; to aid organization of thoughts and development of multiple concepts.
Learning Outcomes:
The use of the strategy targets the facilitation and improvement of skills such as brainstorming, reflective thought, […]

Can Graffiti be Used to Facilitate Learning?

Can Graffiti be Used to Facilitate Learning?

It may seem unusual to consider graffiti as a part of a classroom. However, this extraordinary art form has immense potential as an educational tool. Use of graffiti encourages students to stimulate and rely on the four primary approaches towards learning i.e. “observation, analysis, imagination and feeling.”  The use of symbols, shapes, colors, images and statements allow […]

What is the Wall Constructing Strategy?

What is the Wall Constructing Strategy?

Wall constructing strategy teaches students to prioritize information relevant to a central topic. It helps them to generate and analyze key ideas and to justify their choices. The strategy can be conducted in pairs or groups to promote shared and cooperative learning.
Learning the strategy:
Using the “wall template” will help you model the strategy clearly and […]

How Can I Use Clustering as a Strategy to Enhance Learning?

How Can I Use Clustering as a Strategy to Enhance Learning?

As a strategy, clustering can be used to facilitate sharing of information, to seek out links, connections or patterns between various facts and statements through discussion and analysis and consensus-seeking. Students are instructed to assemble, group or categorize similar information into various clusters, thus promoting active learning. Here are five interactive activities that promote the […]

What is the Diamond Ranking Strategy?

What is the Diamond Ranking Strategy?

The diamond ranking strategy is an excellent means of encouraging collaboration in the classroom. It also helps students understand text content better and guides teachers in planning based on level of student understanding.
In this strategy, students (paired or grouped) are given an envelope containing a set of statements (usually nine). These statements can also be […]

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