Watch Draw Think
Watch Draw Think presents visual presentations of complex cross-curricular concepts for students in grades 5-12 and older and provides a space for teachers to share ideas, lessons, and projects in which students use RSA Animates. The goal is for teachers to use a whole or part of an RSA Animate video as an introduction to, or as part of, a lesson. For a good general overview of Watch Draw Think see: The Big Idea: Making The Most Of RSA Animates In School.
Watch Draw Think offers a short list of 3 videos on motivation, dishonesty, and language and links to the RSAAnimate website with 14 more on empathy, capitalism, time, the divided brain, and more.
Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us examines the key ingredients of motivation. Two teachers list key motivation and leadership skills applicable to physical education.
Two administrators suggest ways to use The Truth About Dishonesty to develop student language skills, especially their use of connectors as well as their speaking and listening skills. In addition to English, the resource covers aspects of history, religious education, personal, social studies, and health.
Teachers can add their own comments and suggestions. Names and email are never revealed.