After an assessment, students are placed in groups based on areas of the assessment that they did well on or showed a clear understanding of. In their small groups, these students teach the material to the class, and in doing so, students learn from each other and review the material one more time before moving on to the next lessons.

Strategy Implementation Questions

Questions to think about when implementing the strategy

- How might you modify this strategy for your students?
- What might be challenging about this strategy?
- How can you use students' performances on an assessment to place them into groups where they teach the class, and in doing so, learn from each other?

Lesson Notes

After students take an assessment, there are often gaps in their understanding. Some students will do well on certain sections, and other students will do well on other sections. In order to give students the opportunity to maximize their retention and teach what they know and learn from each other, this strategy involves students working in small groups to teach the class what they mastered on the assessment. It gives students a chance to do one more review and revisit the material before you move on.

Artifacts

Strategy Implementation Notes

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Graphic Organizer

Link:Teach Each Other Presentation Structure Organizer

This is a graphic organizer you can use to help students structure their presentation.