Here’s what a Visual Classrooms activity looks like:
Visual Classrooms has three types of activities: discussions, multiple choice, and concept maps.
Activities in Visual Classrooms are made up of a series of what we call “prompts”. Prompts are instructions, questions or challenges posed by the teacher that can be responded to by individual students, groups of students, and the teacher.
You can select a prompt within an activity by clicking on the blue underlined text in each box. In the example below, the blue underlined text would be Introduction to Conservation of Energy.
Selecting a prompt will take you to that particular prompt’s page.
You can add a response to a prompt and collaborate with your peers by clicking the button. For a more in depth explanation of all the features you can use when writing your idea, see Creating a New Idea.