200 Ways to Show What You Know, brought to you by John Davitt from www.davittlearning.net, is a simple tool for generating ideas for products. In other words, it gives suggestions for different ways to “show what you know.” This allows the student to see that there are other options for projects besides Powerpoint presentations and papers. If you, as the teacher, don’t feel comfortable in giving your students quite that much freedom (particularly since they may not be familiar with or at the maturity level to complete some of them), you could use the generator yourself, and narrow their choices down to a few that appeal to you for assessment possibilities. Then, it might be easier for you to create accompanying rubrics with your expectations.
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