This is a guest post from Ruston Hurley. Rushton is the founder of Next Vista for Learning.
Can explaining something abstract be interesting and fun? Can students more easily memorize something through a clever video?
Whatever you need a student to remember, students may have a fun take on how to make it happen!
In this very short example, two students explain how to remember FOIL for multiplying binomials. Even if the term “binomial” has passed into the mists of your past, you’ll probably enjoy the clever job these two did to share the idea with their classmates:
What ideas might your students come up with to help others remember something important?