Author:
Kristin Robinson
Subject:
Elementary Education, Special Education
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Level:
Upper Primary, Graduate / Professional
Tags:
  • Coaching
  • Collaboration Skills
  • Inquiry Science
  • Oasis
  • SNUDLE
  • Udl
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English

    Activity: Class Graffiti Wall

    Activity: Class Graffiti Wall

    Overview

    Classroom practice has shown that this "Graffiti Wall" is a highly effective strategy that encourages multiple voices, and helps ideas to spread across groups of students and classes.

    Class Graffiti Wall

    Ensure all voices are heard with flexible and varied ways to share reflections. A “Graffiti Wall” is a simple sheet of butcher block paper posted somewhere in your class. Students share their thoughts, feelings, and reactions to science, and to react appropriately to at least one other “post” on the Graffiti Wall. Writing, drawing, quotes, thought bubbles are just some ways students respond on a Graffiti Wall.

    Classroom practice has shown that this "Graffiti Wall" is a highly effective strategy that encourages multiple voices, and helps ideas to spread across groups of students and classes.