The students are offered the opportunity to quietly reflect on their learning outcome and gather the points of special importance to them individually.
Gør klar til aktiviteten
Prepare the activity
In the next class, the teacher wraps up the answers. (5 min.)
Saml op på aktiviteten
Wrap up on the activity
In a tool selected by the teacher, the students briefly write what has three been most important to them during a class. (5 min.)
Få afviklingen til at fungere
Ensure a good execution
The teacher selects a tool where the students freely can add text.
Google Docs is a text editor that you access online and where you work with the documents directly in your browser. When the documents are online, you have the opportunity to collaborate, as more people can write in the same document at the same time.
Google Docs is like Word, and has many of the same features. However, Google Docs becomes particularly useful, because you can let students edit documents created by you, without them having a user name.
For example, you can create a new document and create a text template for the students in which you have defined headlines, added tables, etc. Then you share a link with your students, which allows them to edit the document.
Google Docs is also used when you want to follow up on group work. It gives the groups an easy way to share academic discussions with each other, and at the same time they can create a document, for example with important concepts. It can also serve as an important feedback tool, because you don't have to send the document back and forth.
Padlet is a kind of digital bulletin board where you can "hang up" content such as video, links to web pages, word files, powerpoint, text and image files. A padlet can be open to editing so that everyone can add content and comment, even without a user. This makes it a useful tool for teaching activities, such as group work, brainstorming or student questions in large classes.
You start by creating a new Padlet. You can do this without creating a user, but we recommend creating a user. This allows you to adjust your Padlet and choose editing rights, layout and link address. A new Padlet has its own unique link, which you simply share with your students. The students will open the link and add content. You can also allow students to just add comments to the content that you have created. This could be questions or cases that they should discuss.