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# 5 Ways to Use DyKnow Replay

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The ability to replay an activity can be beneficial to both the educator and the student. Students can replay their teacher’s work to review a complex problem, or educators can replay students’ work to see how they’ve solved a problem.

Any way you use the replay feature, a valuable teaching or learning experience is sure to follow.

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### 5 Ways to Use DyKnow Replay

1. 1. FIVE WAYS TO USE DYKNOW REPLAY
2. 2. The ability to replay an activity canbe beneficial to both the educatorand the student. Students canreplay their teacher’s work toreview a complex problem, oreducators can replay students’work to see how they’ve solved aproblem.Any way you use the replayfeature, a valuable teaching orlearning experience is sure tofollow.Click through to learn five waysyou can use DyKnow’s Replayfeature.
3. 3. 1.BRING YOUR LESSONS TO LIFE
4. 4. Bring life to fluidprocesses with Replay.EXAMPLE 1: Illustrate the importance of a historical event with animated timelines.EXAMPLE 2: Demonstrate the osmosis of a cell.EXAMPLE 3: Create intricate engineering diagrams and circuits for review.
5. 5. 2. ADD A LITTLECHALLENGE
6. 6. Challenge students by removing their internal memory stick and request some critical analysis. Step 1: Solve a mathUse these three problem, plot a graph, or drawsimple steps: a diagram incorrectly on a DyKnow panel. Step 2: Ask students to replay the panel and determine where the error occurred. Step 3: Ask them to recreate the problem/diagram accurately, or explain the error and how to correct it.
7. 7. 3.PEEK INTOSTUDENTS’ BRAINS
8. 8. See why that one studentkeeps coming up with thesame wrong answer. Replay individual student panels to see how each student completes an exercise. Use this knowledge to guide individual students to better understanding.
9. 9. 4.UNCOVER WHO DID WHAT
10. 10. Ever wonder who contributed what to a group assignment?Use DyKnow for group work so you can replay assignments in order to see how each student contributed to the project. TIP: Ask each student in a group to use different ink and make a key to show who used what color.
11. 11. 5. BE A GHOST WRITER
12. 12. Teach even Create asynchronouswhen you can’t lessons for students tobe in class or review when you can’t be in class or when youwhen you want want to use class timemore one-on- for more one-on-oneone time! instruction. TIP: Record audio with your lesson and make it extra special a la Jeff Edmonds.
13. 13. Let’s Recap1. BRING YOUR LESSONS BACK TO LIFE2. ADD A LITTLE CHALLENGE3. PEEK INTO STUDENTS’ BRAINS4. UNCOVER WHO DID WHAT5. BE A GHOST WRITER
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