This step also benefits from being separated from the previous ones. Often one sees students getting carried away with making a beautiful presentation, but not having any meaningful content in it.
If the information has been properly gathered, summarised and organised, that is a good basis for many different ways of using the information. It will be “in the students’ own words” rather than a cut-&-paste job. This should be an opportunity to let them exercise their creativity and find their voice.
- Use an outline to write a well-crafted essay.
- Create a presentation with well-summarised points to accompany a speech.
- Use Flipgrid, Adobe Spark or Kapwing to create videos.
- Create posters or infographics using Canva or Visme.
- Use graphs and charts from a spreadsheet/pivot to summarise and draw conclusions from survey or experiment findings.
- Create a blog or website to publish information.
- Link up with other schools (eg via iEARN) to share ideas.
Some other ideas
Create a website using Google Sites: http://sites.google.com
Create a brochure or newsletter using https://www.canva.com/
Create a poster or infographic which combines text and graphics using https://www.visme.co/
Work with photos in PhotoShop or https://pixlr.com/e/
Get students to create ePortfolios using Google Sites as a way of combining all their digital work in one place and making it available for the world to see.