Encouraging students to communicate within their class or to other audiences is a key part of their learning. In-class strategies include students presenting their findings as a presentation or a scientific poster (example in Figure below). Students could develop games or a story book for younger students, and then explain their game or lead an activity with another class.
Developing a newsletter, such as the example in Figure below, gives students the opportunity to develop creative writing skills:
There are a number of different additional activities which engage students’ creative abilities. For example, brief students to develop and explain a game, lead an activity or create a video as students did in the video below:
The ‘RM ∈ HDD’ toolkit is all about communication and guides students to researching and making educational material (Figure 50). An educational card can be created by following these steps:
You can modify these instructions to make an educational card for almost any topic.