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Teaching Tip: Demonstrating Learning

 
 

 
Students can demonstrate learning in a variety of ways. Here are various ways your students can show what they have learned.
  • Verbal mastery. Your students can demonstrate learning through panel discussions and debates, creating audio tapes, delivering lectures, and by role playing.
  • Written mastery. Your students can demonstrate learning through any of the following written products: research papers, journals, reports, essays, and letters.
  • Visual mastery. Your students can create any of the following to show what they have learned: illustrations, posters, diagrams, time lines, collages, and maps.
  • Kinesthetic mastery. Your students can create exhibits, sculptures, dioramas, and puzzles to show what they have learned.
You can bring variety to your classroom by varying the way in which you have your students demonstrate learning.
 
 
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