Students can work together to write the complete notes
for any given topic. Rather than only giving a report verbally, a document
camera, visualiser or digital presenter allows students to collaboratively
produce valuable notes for the class.
1. Decide which subtopic within a given topic to assign
for review, i.e. causes, effects, characteristics, and possible preventions for
2. Prepare a template paper divided into sections with
3. Assign small groups of students to each subtopic of
the topic to be reviewed.
4. Direct students to consult their notes, textbooks, and
other resources make concise notes for the subtopic assigned to them.
5. Collect each groups notes, and assemble them together
under the Visualiser, digital presenter, document camera.
6. Project the image of the completed notes, discuss as a
class, and direct all students to copy completed notes.
7. In addition to preparing written notes for
the subtopic assigned to them, have students become subject matter experts by
presenting the topic to the class.