Think Pair Share Jamboard Template for Remote Learning

 How do you use Breakout Rooms for classroom discussion? One of my favorite strategies is combining Jamboard with the Think - Pair - Share model because it is an easy, but effective way of generating class discussion. Plus, it gives ALL students the opportunity to speak. 

How does it work? 

Open up your video conferencing tool of choice (i.e. Zoom, Google Meet, etc.) and share the link to your Jamboard. If it is easier, please feel free to use the following Jamboard templateNOTE: You will want to make sure that your Jamboard can be edited by anyone with the link!

First, have students think and write their response to the discussion question. 

Next, generate breakout rooms for students to pair up and discuss their responses. Most video conferencing tools like Meet and Zoom provide you with tools to predetermine or randomly select groups. In this example, I provided space for 8 different groups. 

As students are discussing their responses, I have provided a spot for them to place their answer on a sticky note. Notice that there is a specific area for students to place their answer. This might be helpful to keep the discussion organized. 

Finally, close all of your breakout rooms and discuss student responses.  Each group should have a spokesperson to share!

NOTE: At this point, you might want to change the Jamboard permissions from "Anyone with the link can edit" to "Anyone with the link can View." This will allow you to use the drawing tools to check off groups that have verbally shared their responses. 


Think Pair Share is an excellent strategy for any classroom! Pairing it with Jamboard can make remote learning even better! It provides you with an opportunity to post your question and have a space, where ALL students can participate and collaborate. 


  1. I LOVE Jamboard, and this is a great template! Would it be possible to get the editable Drawing file you used so we can add our own Bitmoji to it? I would love to be able to personalize it for my class!

  2. Absolutely! Here is the first slide and here is the second slide

  3. This template will not allow me to edit it. I also copied the link you sent to the commenter above and it doesn't work either. Can you send a jamboard link where I can edit the frames? Thank you so much. My email is

  4. I got it to work, nevermind, and thank you so much. I enjoyed your Simple K12 webinar about engaging students in online discussion. I used the I See, I Think, I Wonder immediately after I finished watching in a Google Meet. It was great! Appreciate it so much!

  5. I thank all your work. I couldnt open the link to edit the jamboard you sent to the commenter above. Could that be possible?

  6. The link didnt work for me. How can I get to edit the jamboard with my own bitmoji?

    1. Hi Cinthya. I would try accessing the link titled "Jamboard Template" in the blog post. This will force you to make a copy. Choose make a copy and it will save to your Google Drive. From there, you will be able to upload any photos or saved Bitmoji photos to the Jamboard.


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