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Updated by Craig Blewett on May 29, 2019
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ACT Teachers' Resources

Teachers and lecturers who attend the Activated Classroom Teaching (ACT) Blended learning course create lesson plans and artefacts of their learning. These important artefacts not only activate their learning but become examples to students who they will encourage to learn in the same pedagogically grounded way. For more on the ACT approach to digital age teaching visit

Pedagogy of Creation - Powtoon (Research)

This is an example of the pedagogy of Creation using #powtoon. Here Melanie creates a lesson around summarising articles and how this can help students understand research. Her students will now be required to create similar Powtoons.

Pedagogy of Creation - Powtoon (Creating to Learn)

In this powerful video Aradhna shows how amazing the pedagogy of Creation is both by explaining what it involves and even more importantly by demonstrating through here own creating process - this video.

Pedagogy of Chaos - Mindmup (ACT Overview)

In this mind map, Jonathan shows how you has understood the ACT pedagogies. He has distilled all the key elements of his learning into this representation and powerfully demonstrated one key aspect of the pedagogy of Chaos, perception.

Pedagogy of Creation - Powtoon (Creating to Learn)

In this video Buyisile gives a powerful, succinct overview of what the pedagogy of Curation is and how it develops key Millennial Age Survival Skills around Ways of Working and Ways of Thinking.

Using Powtoon for Pedagogy of Creation - The Tragedy of the Commons

In this video you'll learn about "The Tragedy of the Commons" - but what is more exciting is if students created this they would need clarity of thinking - which is key to learning, plus they would end up with an artefact of their learning experience.

Pedagogy of Creation - Prezi

This is a great example of using Prezi to create a learning artefact. In this example it is an overview of the pedagogy of Creation. Prezi provides a fun, visual way of distilling content into a presentation. It also allows, as is done here, for the inclusion of videos. Another benefit of Prezi is that it is designed around a mindmap concept, and so it works well with the pedagogy of Chaos and helping students distill complex thinking into visual representations.