Another idea could be to have a “Maker Museum” or even a “Museum of Fails” that showcase what students have made--successfully and unsuccessfully. Don’t have a large space? Create small exhibit areas around your building instead! But a little tip from us to you--(thanks, Dr. Robert Dillon!), make sure to put an expiration date on your displays! Don’t let it get overcrowded or stale!
Sharing with Digital Tools
In our student video below, you can observe second grade students sharing via Seesaw. You will observe these students sharing with video or with pictures and audio recording. But no matter how they share, one thing they have in common is honest, insightful reflection. If you aren’t a Seesaw user, no problem! Flipgrid is also a great tool that has the same great tools built right in!
~Amber and Mindy