Presenting your school’s Educational Framework doesn’t have to be done in a boring and lackluster way, there are many ways fun ways to share it and get your staff working together as a team! Below are some inspirational ideas to help get you started:
Turn your school’s Educational Framework into a puzzle and make multiple copies. Divide your staff into groups and see which team can correctly put all the pieces together faster.
2. Scavenger Hunt
Divide your school’s framework into pieces and hide them in various areas of the school. Break your staff into groups and provide them with clues as to where to find each piece, and have them go on a scavenger hunt. Once all the pieces have been collected, have each team attempt to piece the framework together. Note: You will need to make a separate copies of the framework for each team to find.
Have your staff create a mural of your school’s Educational Framework, and encourage them to be as creative as they can using a variety of supplies – paints, glitter, markers, etc. Take things one step further and personalize the mural using staff names and/or photos alongside subject areas so all can see how everyone connects.
4. Blind Drawing
Hand out blindfolds, pencils and paper to your staff. Tell them they will need to listen to your description of the school’s framework and draw it as best they can while wearing a blindfold. See who can draw the image closest to the actual framework!
5. Team Puzzle
Divide your staff into teams and provide each team with a set of blindfolds and two sets of the Educational Framework that has become puzzle pieces – one puzzle should be in pieces, and the other put together. Each team will need to choose a leader, and this person will need to distribute the blindfolds and organize the members in a semi-circle at the table. Once ready, all team members (minus the leader) will put on blindfolds. The leader will then instruct the team on putting together the puzzle pieces using the completed puzzle as an answer key.
6. Partial Reveal
Display a portion of your school’s Educational Framework on an interactive whiteboard or a poster with sections covered. Divide your staff in teams and see if they can guess what the completed framework looks like. The teams can do this orally, or by drawing it out on paper.
How will you be sharing your school’s Educational Framework? We would love to hear your ideas!
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