This activity uses Microsoft Whiteboard to help students collaborate and interact in an online virtual space.
ABC – Production Type Activity
This activity relates to the ABC activity type of Collaboration. This activity type focuses on students working together.
Activity in practice:
Academic: Dr Giustina Monti
School: School of History & Heritage
Dr Giustina Monti helped her students collaborate online using an interactive whiteboard shared through a virtual meeting space (Teams). This was used to look at Latin and translations of language. The students were able to use the tool to highlight and change the colour of the text to demonstrate different language patterns.
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Benefits of activity:
- Uses a multi-modal approach to help students access content in different ways
- Produces Collaboration and Discussion opportunities
- Enables students to see connections between text in different ways
Instructions & Related Resources
Below you will find some instructions relating to the activity mentioned above to enable you to adapt this activity for your subject area. This is split into three sections for your convienience: Preparing the activity, running the activity and related resources. Feel free to let the digital education team know how you have adapted this activity.
Preparing the Activity
- Set up a teams meeting
- Workout what activity you would like to use Microsoft whiteboard and how students will interact with this
- Create any text and prepare any images you would like to share within whiteboard ready for the session
Running the Activity
- Run the teams meeting invitiation
- Go to the share icon in the top-right hand corner
- Click whiteboard
- Share instructions with the students on how you would like them to use it and talk through the different ways they can interact with the text/images
- Add prepared text and images
- Use as a discussion opportunity to highlight key points from students work