I stand firm on the idea that students will dig deeper and work harder if they not only are allowed to create in class, but also are able to share. This project hit both those, plus pushed them to research and gather information on their own.
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This is all about "flipping the learning" where students create the tutorials for each other. This example demonstrates in how to give students ownership to their learning.
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