Use this critical thinking tool in your class as a brain break activity. This website gives hypothetical "what if" questions and explores possible answers! Alternatively, make your own tailored "what would happen if" for your class.
Sick of answering the same question 10 times? Try introducing this graphic with your class - 3B4Me. Students must try 3 things from the list in the graphic when they are stuck before asking the teacher.
Need an exit card for next lesson? Ask students to summarise the lesson, a topic or concept with a drawing from AutoDraw. (No talent required - Autodraw predicts what you are drawing and offers beautifully designed alternate graphics, it is very cool!)
Instead of saying, "Here is the knowledge; now go practice it," inductive learning says, "Here are some objects, some data, some experiences...what knowledge can we gain from it?"