After learning an entire unit, many students find it a daunting task to work through assigned review questions to prepare for final evaluations. One of the many strategies that we use in teaching to allow students to be accountable for their learning is to co-construct criteria in evaluations or assignments. One option that we can incorporate with Plickers is to have students co-construct review questions that the class can use as review and, if possible, teachers can use in final evaluations as an incentive for student work.
Videoconferencing allows students to connect to science professionals, engineers and other STEM experts and provides relevant real-world contexts and personal stories that help students engage with... read more
This student activity illustrates how plants grow away from or towards a stimulus by continuing cell growth and elongation on one side of the stem while ceasing cell growth and elongation on the... read more