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Learning Artifact Menu

Your learning artifact should reflect some significant piece of knowledge or insight gained through your research.  Ask yourself these questions before committing to an artifact:

1. What am I choosing this particular learning artifact?

2. What do I want to show, express, or convey through this learning artifact?

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Two Voice Poem

Found Poem

A day in the life…( video, glogster, comiclife)

Skit: videotaped

Song: recorded using garageband

Interview (Oprah, Ellen, Dr. Phil)

Anime or graphic novel depicting an event,

Public service message

Press conference

News article

News broadcast: recorded


Petition: lobby for or against an issue with a formal petition

Photo album or scrapbook

Want ad: compose an ad requesting personnel to solve a problem in history or a current issue

Advertising campaign

Interactive Map/Timeline

Blog: create a series of entries for a person, that includes interactions and quotes from family and friends.

Message in a bottle

Text message transcript

Tweets from a Twitter account of person, organization etc

Facebooks posts from person, organization etc


Original artwork created by you


Timeline of events or life and how it changed history or popular opinion

Infographic of event, person life, survival challenge


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