What is it?
A Gallery Walk is an effective way to break topics or concepts into constituent parts. Learners navigate their way through a series of stations or posters in groups. At each station, the group of learners must work together to perform a task or respond to a prompt. Through this process, learners become better able to have a fruitful discussion on the topic.
Why do it?
- This activity engages students through movement, collaboration, and discussion.
- Solving problems or responding to questions in groups encourages peer learning and collaboration.
- Gallery Walks enable peer reflection on other learners’ work.