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Independent, creative subjects

The teaching method consists of i.a. by:

Theme study

Staging - Simulation

Story method

Settlement method

A real subject

​Participation and service study

Creative methods

An example of an independence-enhancing and creative teaching method could be for students to set up a website, a blog, create a short film or a play

Benefits of the teaching method


Increases student interest

Students can immerse themselves in the subject and become interested in the material, which might otherwise not interest them. The method can additionally enhance unique individual skills


Joy of creativity

Students who put together a project in the form of a website, for example, gain increased creativity, as well as increased tools for the future that could be useful to them. 


Empowering for many

The advantage of practical learning and project work is that the learning could find its way better to those who are considered worse at the book. But not everyone finds it easy to read for their own good.

Graphical presentation arouses interest and settles in students' memory 

Examples of graphic representation

With a graphical presentation, a better connection with the study material is achieved. Students can better understand the situation in question. 

Examples that fall under the teaching method are:

- Drawings.

- A play.

- Short film. 

- Photo exhibition.

- Book publishing, magazine production and the like. 

- Setting up the situation (creating an intersection in the classroom).


The dump truck

The dump truck is a good example of the teaching method

One-way communication

Teacher A:
Read directly from the laws and regulations for the group. Distributes questions and reading materials and students answer
crossword questions.


Teacher B:
He explains to the students what rules apply to drunk driving and explains the importance of separating
drinking and driving always go together. Gets students to put on their drunk goggles and experience
real situations instead of just reading them out of a paper.

Graphic representation

1. Camera A takes a picture of everyone who drives by. At the same time, the camera sends key figures to camera B, located 2-20 km away. The key numbers contain information about when the vehicle passed camera A along with the vehicle's registration number.

2. Camera B builds a list of vehicles that have passed camera A. As those vehicles drive by, it identifies them based on key numbers and calculates the average speed.

3. 50 meters later there is a light that flashes yellow if a vehicle has been driven too fast.

Text with the same information as in the picture

Which presentation will reach the audience better?

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