Frayer a Friend+Kahoot!: a new take on the Frayer model to connect students

Here’s an excerpt to my part two of the article published by Kahoot last week. Click the link at the bottom to read more.

I am always looking for new ways students can enjoy learning and connect with their classmates. Combining Kahoot! with other learning models in my English class made a big difference!

As I mentioned in my previous article, I got a lot of inspiration from a book I recently read – The EduProtocol Field Guide: 16 Student-Centered Lesson Frames for Infinite Learning Possibilities. Marlena Hebern and Jon Corippo talk about customizable student-centered learning frames that use your content to create lessons that help students master academic content. One of the presented lesson frames was “Frayer a Friend”, a fun way to introduce the Frayer model and have students use it in different ways, such as getting to know their friends.

For full article, visit Kahoot.

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