Cubing or Think Dots


Typically used to review, extend, or demonstrate learning of concepts already presented. One or two die may be used with 6 or 12 options. These options may be differentiated for levels of readiness or student learning profiles (e.g., modalities, interests, multiple intelligences).

Slide Deck Example




Glogster Example


http://dolton.edu.glogster.com/thinkdotssample/

Loads of additional resources and ideas from Dare to Differentiate wiki:
http://daretodifferentiate.wikispaces.com/Cubing+and+Think+Dots