Time constraints sometimes cause us to short-change the rich post-build activities: presentation, Q&A, discussion, and design analysis, but don't do it! Taking the time to let students discuss and analyze their designs is absolutely crucial to developing skills and making meaning of the whole process.
In this video, I'll take you through the steps I like to take immediately following the build phase!
As always, I'm eager to hear from you! If you have any suggestions to add or questions to ask, add your thoughts in the comments!
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If you prefer to read along, there's a transcription as the supporting document.
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