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Show and Teach Shine Time. Show and Teach originated from the concept of Show and Tell, but with a rigorous twist added to it. When I used to work with elementary aged students, every Friday, a student would have an opportunity to show and teach a skill they had learned, to the class. (Example: For 4 students in a class, each student would have 1 Friday a month). They would be expected to research their topic, create a power point and present it, and model the skill with the use of a guided checklist with steps to help students keep track of their learning of the new skill, in addition to activities relevant to topic (provided at rotational stations), with rubric/assessments given to measure presenter’s effectiveness of presentation. Students that were viewers/learners of new skill presented would be expected to read a brief history on the topic and answer comprehension questions prior to or as part of the rotational stations with interactive thematic activities. This was a lot of fun for students, enabling them to be creative with their topics and style of presentation, and provided an added element of surprise for what kinds of activities, crafts, and treats to be provided for students' enrichment experience at the end of the presentation . Students not only learn new skills and learn a lot about each other, but also build their confidence in teaching and presenting. It also provides opportunities for students to work on skills aligning to multiple Common Core standards of various core content areas (English,Math,Science,Social Studies,etc.)