Four Corners

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Use the Four Corners activity to pose questions or prompts to students to gain immediate learner insights!

Start by having a question to ask or by using the Text Tool to type it on the page. Have questions or prompts prepared and decide what each corner will represent (i.e. A- I agree, B- I disagree, C- I'm indifferent, D- Not sure yet). When the time comes to perform your activity, share the link to your Four Corners doc via your LMS (or by sending the link from the Kami share options) with editing permissions. Each student can then use the Text Tool to type their name on the page. When you ask your question, students can move their names to the corner that best represents their response.

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Description

Use the Four Corners activity to pose questions or prompts to students to gain immediate learner insights!

Start by having a question to ask or by using the Text Tool to type it on the page. Have questions or prompts prepared and decide what each corner will represent (i.e. A- I agree, B- I disagree, C- I'm indifferent, D- Not sure yet). When the time comes to perform your activity, share the link to your Four Corners doc via your LMS (or by sending the link from the Kami share options) with editing permissions. Each student can then use the Text Tool to type their name on the page. When you ask your question, students can move their names to the corner that best represents their response.

Terms of use apply.

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10th, 11th, 12th, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, K, Pre K
 

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