Knowledge organisers- more clarity than learning objectives and great for building retention

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  1. L says:

    You could also have the students develop their own knowledge organizers as part of summative activity.

  2. Anne Kelly says:

    Thanks, William for this post. I really like the idea of the knowledge organisers.
    I had a look at some of the examples stored on Google Drive.
    Thanks again

  3. PHe says:

    Thanks for the post. Really useful. How do I find more examples on the Google Drive or from any one who tried this successfully in Maths.
    Really interesting.

  4. HaLevia says:

    For beautiful examples of student-built (teacher-designed) knowledge organizers in math, look up Sarah Hagan’s interactive notebook posts.

  5. Sam says:

    This looks fantastic! Is it oaky to use this? Do you have other examples at all?

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