Post-Video Activity: Sharing The Doughnut Economics Bake-Off
Have you ever shown a video clip or film to a group for like, any reason? If so, this is for you.
This https://app.mural.co/template/dcc9334b-6a51-4bc8-8a44-49d703d88ba7/9dd235ba-54d8-471f-b5ee-1b1c0ff54dc8 is the latest addition to my collection of murals used for teaching Kate Raworth's Doughnut Economics, the others of which you can also find in the Community by typing the term into the Search bar, or clicking here for a bunch and/or here for an overview. 🍩
Instead of doing the usual Let's-Watch-This-And-Then-Talk-About-It method, here students divided into 4 teams and were asked to watch something, then create a unique kind of mind map - their own potentially-prize-winning doughnut, which should be:
- nutritious (full of good content)👨🌾,
- easy to digest 🍵 (so others can grasp key concepts at a glance)👁️🗨️ and
- appetizing 🍰 (visually appealing, using verbal and visual communication).
It is amazing how differently the designs turned out despite everyone watching the same thing.
Although I designed it to encourage originality of expression🎨, even I was surprised at how many points I hadn't thought of that appeared in their creations. 👩🍳
As each group then presented their doughnut to the others, a plethora✨of great ideas 💥emerged, fueling a much deeper and tastier exchange, with many more participants and views than the few dry crumbs that can so often follow "What do you think?" -type questions😴.
You can easily substitute your own 🎬️ video choice for any subject. @Finnalli I bet you have tons of great options 😊.
Perhaps you will even be able to offer in-person doughnuts as a prize 🥇for the richest entry.
A big shout out to @Gino for showing me the power of icons💪 in his awesome Wonderful Wednesdays.