Student Created Content

This challenge asks you to look for simple ways that students can create content, work collaboratively, and take responsibility for their own learning. One example: have them create their own review questions. This can be an individual or group activity. Here are some reasons you might want to try this: Saves you time You can see where the gaps are Learners take responsibility for their learning Learners collaborate on their learning Even if they know the answers, they can create more… »

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