Students work in teams to research factors which influence voter behaviour. Traditionally students would investigate political issues through a text book. This Civics programme made use of technology to allow students to connect with political issues through news and social media websites as well as political surveys created by students for their parents. Students were able to connect the theory in the classroom to the real world issues faced by their families and society. This resulted in significant improvement in students engagement and understanding.
Students work in teams to research how physics is applied in real world situations. Traditionally students would articulate their knowledge of Newton’s Laws with images and text. With the use of movies and presentation tools students are able to demonstrate applications of physics in action. This example demonstrates how a game of soccer can be used to define the Newton’s Laws of motion