These posters are designed for elementary, middle or high school teachers who want to get students actively involved in their learning. This technique is encouraged by a number of recent studies. Here are two examples of how you can use these posters in your classroom.
1) Read an article, story, test, quiz etc. Post the sheets around the room and allow the students to get out of their seats and stand under the poster that represents their answer.
2) Option Two: Read an article, story, test, quiz etc. Put students in groups and give each group a stack of answer posters/cards. Have the group leader hold up a card to represent the groups answer.
More explicit instructions can be found in the package offered on this page. This strategy is a simple way to get your students moving and learning actively in the classroom. Thanks for shopping, David Harpine