(An important caution that applies to all of these ideas: Items placed on a Jam are not locked, which means that students can move and delete items. You may find it best to open up the sharing settings for a period of time and then “lock” the Jam by changing the sharing settings to “view only”.)
New to Jamboard? Explore our Jamboard introductory instructions.
As the instructor, you can, if you wish, set up the Jam in advance by putting sticky notes or text on frames indicating which scene or webpage should be planned on which frame.
As students evolve their ideas, you can add notes commenting on their work.
After you give students a prompt for the collage, they can add whatever they wish.
You can do this as a full-class, small group, or individual activity – simply add as many frames as appropriate to the Jam.
Remember that you can save the entire Jam as a PDF or individual frames as PNG images – feel free to invite students to save their work if they wish!