“Stump the Professor” is one of several free downloads available from The Positive Engagement Project, a site that “is equipped with a variety of tools for teachers to get their students positively engaged in active learning.” The free downloads are all thorough activity packets designed to help with engaging students. Each packet that I reviewed included explanations, examples, and templates. “Stump the Professor” detailed a review game in which students design the questions. Another one that I liked was “True and False – Three Points of Proof”. In this activity, the students are given the answers to questions from reading passages, and then must prove why the answers are correct and the other alternatives are not. Teachers can also find activities for math and character education on the site.
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