Experiences and potential of class projects

Focus on collaboration in the class by studying the individual and group successes and experiences in connection with a project.

  1. Divide the class into groups of four students. Give each group a set of Dialoogle Pocket cards.
  2. Have each group lay out the picture cards on the table.
  3. Ask each student to choose four picture cards, representing the most recent – or an imminent – project:
    • A picture card symbolising the most important experiences
    • A picture card that serves as a reminder of an important success
    • A picture card depicting what the team has learnt from a previous mistake
    • A picture card representing a positive and surprising realisation from the past project
  4. Have each student explain to the rest of the group why they have chosen these particular picture cards.
  5. Place all the picture cards on the table once again. Ask each student to choose two or three new picture cards, symbolising their hopes for the next project/year/period. It may be picture cards representing their dreams, what they believe they can accomplish together or the potential they hope to see unfold in the coming project/year/period.
  6. Each student presents and elaborates on their choice of picture cards.
  7. The group presents their chosen cards to the rest of the class.

The “evaluation” of an imminent project is a way of matching expectations thoroughly in connection with school trips, feature weeks, project periods etc.



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