Create

Reflect on learning

Go beyond facts to make meaning

Create to communicate

OPEN | IMMERSE | EXPLORE | IDENTIFY | GATHER | CREATE | SHARE | EVALUATE

At this stage you are ready to reflect and organise your research and the deep understanding of your inquiry question into a creative presentation.  Now is the time to interpret and extend upon what you have learned and create a way to communicate your findings.
ACTIONS:

  • Review your inquiry question to re-connect with the purpose of your task.
  • Identify the audience you are creating your information for and consider potential forms of presentation. Select the most appropriate based on your findings and capabilities.
  • What are the requirements of your chosen form/style of presentation? List them. This may help you to map plan your creative process.
  • Collate your research notes into groups of information representative of ideas or pathways of thought.
  • Combine these groups into a structure. Use this structure to prepare your presentation.
  • Review what you have created for relevancy to your inquiry question.
  • What you create should share what you have learned, it should be:
    • Meaningful
    • Interesting
    • Clearly articulated
    • Well-documented
    • Relevant
  • Present what you have created.

QUESTIONS:

  • What have I learned?
  • What is most important about my inquiry question?]
  • Who am I presenting my information to?
  • What type of presentation will best suit my inquiry and this particular audience?
  • What are the requirements of my chosen form/style of presentation? What are the steps I need to take in order to create it?
  • Do I need to use all the information I have gathered?
  • How can I most effectively combine the information I have gathered?
  • Does what I have created answer my inquiry question? How?

 

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