Traffic light

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Purpose

  • Creating the right attitude and silence in the classroom

The traffic light can be a tool to stimulate working independently.  The teacher explains to the pupils what the three colours of the traffic light mean. A list of the most frequently used explanations is listed below. 

  • If the light is red, pupils usually get started individually without the teacher's support. The aim is that if they encounter problems along the way, they try to solve them independently.
  • If the light is orange, pupils usually get started individually without the teacher's support. The aim is that if they encounter problems along the way, they can ask classmates.
  • If the light is green, students usually get started under the guidance and support of the teacher. 

Press the cursor button in the toolbar to control the tool. The tool appears in the work field with one traffic light. You can add a second traffic light with the button at the bottom. Switch between colours by clicking on the traffic lights. You can only have one light on per traffic light.

Traffic light
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Purpose

  • Creating the right attitude and silence in the classroom