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Engaging Students with EduProtocols: Sketch and Tell



Are you looking for ways to enhance student learning and engagement throughout your lessons? The Sketch and Tell EduProtocol is a great tool that can be used to have students show their learning in an alternative way.


Sketch and Tell is a simple student activity where students create a sketch of their new learning on one side of their slides and explain (tell) the process or event on the other side of the slide. This activity can be used in any subject area and is a great way to promote student engagement, collaboration, and critical thinking.


Some examples of what this EduProtocol can be used for:

  • Solving a problem

  • Mapping out a process

  • Visualizing student thinking

  • Picturing vocabulary

  • Character sketch

EduProtocol Sketch and Tell is a simple yet effective way to promote student engagement, collaboration, and critical thinking in your classroom.


Below is a link to the Google Slide of this EduProtocol:


These videos are some tutorials on the usage of this EduProtocol:



If you need any additional support with educational tools please feel free to contact your SS EdTech TOSA.



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