Give one, Get one
This strategy helps students organize ideas and share their thinking with others.
This strategy supports students in synthesizing their learning of a main idea or principle.
This strategy supports students in establishing priorities among a list of options, interests or actions.
This strategy helps students reflect on how their understanding or thinking may have shifted after exploring or learning about a concept, idea, or perspective.
This learning strategy provides students with the opportunity to walk around a classroom, actively engaging with content and each other.
This strategy helps students pause and reflect on how they are feeling about a concept or idea.
This strategy helps students challenge and reflect on ideas, understandings and perspectives.
This strategy helps students explore and synthesize information while incorporating and honoring individual points of view.
This strategy helps students build relationships within a small group by identifying commonalities, distinctions, and areas of expertise.
This learning strategy helps students activate prior knowledge or share ideas in an anonymous, safe way.
This strategy helps students collaborate and practice active listening by taking turns to offer insights without cross-talking.
In this learning strategy, students walk around the room to gather information from their peers.
This strategy helps students comprehend large blocks of text by looking at and annotating the text in a continuous scroll format.