Museum Exhibit Feedback

Museum Exhibit Feedback

Preparation and Quick Write


Listen as your teacher explains how you will view and take notes on your peers’ exhibits.

In a Quick Write, answer the questions below.

  • Now that you've seen so many exhibits, in what ways have you beocme an expert on the Digital Divide?
  • What have you learned about how to approach a museum exhibit?

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Finally, take a moment to discuss the Guiding Questions one final time with your class:

  • What does it mean to be digitally connected?
  • What are the implications of living in a world where everyone is digitally connected?
  • How does the availability of instant connectivity shape our relationships?
  • What does our internet use reveal about people's needs as humans?

Exhibit Exploration

Work Time

Enjoy this opportunity to explore the rest of your classmates’ exhibits. Make sure that you have spent time with each exhibit by the end of this task time.

  • As you view the exhibits, fill out a separate Exhibit Worksheet for each one.

Unit Reflection


Reflect in writing on the process you went through in developing your Unit Accomplishments.

You may write about any of these questions or any set of them. Don’t worry about answering them all, but do focus on an honest, specific assessment of the perspectives you gained, particularly on your own culture and the role of technology in your life.

  • What did you learn about Digital Natives?
  • What did you learn about yourself?
  • What new perspectives did you gain while interacting with other students’ exhibits?
  • Which artifacts challenged your thinking the most?
    • What about them was so challenging?
  • What changes might you make to the argument you made in your essay?
  • How did connecting with other students’ work help you understand information and advance your own thinking?

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