I’ve previously written how I used photos of my students in class to promote their metacognition. It’s always gone well.
Today, Alison Anderson wrote a guest post in Richard Byrne’s blog that I think took that concept a step further and has made it a regular occurrence in her classroom. In the post, titled Look At The Camera and Say “Think,” she describes how she takes pictures of students at work and asks them for their homework to describe what was happening and what they were thinking.
She describes it more in-depth and shares a lot of other good ideas. It’s definitely worth checking out.
I’ll be adding her ideas to The Best Ways To Use Photos In Lessons.