At the end of the experience, have students work in their pairs to discuss what they learned. The feedback in my class following this activity confirmed for me that this format was a richer learning experience than a traditional panel discussion. Fun things I saw — it was fun seeing students who sometimes struggle helping other students who were stuck on their expert problem. They loved the panel but wanted to have time to ask more questions and hear more from each person than time allowed. I am, however, going to figure out another name:
Some of these are transferable whoever is being studied:
Speed Dating in the Classroom
Use a graphic organizer to focus the listener and facilitate active participation. Becky Rahm August 14, at 6: Kim Chamer June 21, at Example from History of Anything project Have the students switch times depending on the desired outcome of the activity. You are commenting using your Facebook account. While it is a loud activity with a ton of movement, I consider those all bonus moments for a dynamic learning environment.