Gallery Review and Presentation are physically dynamic and enable peer-peer interaction / feedback.

Before
  • Provide necessary stationeries / materials / logistics needed during activity.
  • If needed, send out reminders to students to go through pre-class materials in preparation for the interactive face-to-face forums.
During
  • Put students in groups (ensure that groups are not too big).
  • Instruct students on what they need to prepare for the gallery review. Some examples could be infographics, concept maps, post-it notes, etc.
  • Walk around the class to guide students when necessary.
  • Invite students to stick their coursework on walls, walk around, look at each other’s work and vote / comment / feedback (with post-it notes).

Note: If this activity is to be done online, use Zoom Breakout Rooms to divide student cohort into smaller discussion groups. Padlet (Shelf) is a suitable virtual gallery platform for students to showcase their work and classmates to provide constructive criticism.

After
  • Provide overview and feedback of students’ work and sum up learning outcome(s).
  • Emphasise take-home message.