Write a letter to their parents/their friend summarizing what they learned and why it is important;
Turn to their neighbour and tell them most important thing they learned;
Develop a one-minute elevator speech about the topic.
Free software, such as Kahoot or Poll Everywhere, can be used to create online polls, surveys and quizzes to assess learning. Instructors need to create an account and set-up the questions ahead of time.
"Select an important theory, concept, or argument that students have studied in some depth and identify a real audience to whom your students should be able to explain this material in their own words (e.g., a grants review board, a city council member, a vice president making a related decision). Provide guidelines about the length and purpose of the paraphrased explanation" (source).
"Identify a concept or principle your students are studying and ask students to come up with one to three applications of the principle from everyday experience, current news events, or their knowledge of particular organizations or systems discussed in the course" (source).
ask for a volunteer to share the three most important thing they learned from the session;
in a lab session, ask for a volunteer to demonstrate / replicate the experiment