- Incorporate Dot in their programming with Dash.
- Record videos to share their ideas within or outside the school community.
- Write a persuasive pitch about their innovation.
- Compare and contrast how their accessories/programs address problems around the school.
- Use Tinkercad to design their prototype as an STL file that can be printed in 3-D if your school library or IT office has a 3-D printer.
- Arrange a Dash Innovation Event in which they share their accessories and programs with other students in the school.
- Research a particular school-wide problem to find out how other schools are handling it.
- Research how technology is being employed to solve school-related problems.
- Create two different presentations leveled to a specific-aged audience (e.g., primary and intermediate students) to teach them about this project.
- Skype with experts in the field (e.g., school psychologists, school counselors, and principals from other school districts, states and countries) to gather various perspectives and information related to school problems..
- Create a pencil/paper or online Glogster.edu poster to explain how their innovation works.