Class constitution refers to the students’ collective inputs on how they should be taught. The class constitution is one of the best methods to study where the teachers prepare the draft syllabus. All the students collectively participate in decision-making. They decide how they should learn, what material should be used, or how much time it will take to achieve the goals. Class constitution helps the students to do deductive thinking and learn to work in teams.
Along with hands-on-learning, class constitutions help them apply their acquisition learning process in the classroom. Acquisition learning helps the teacher understand the in-depth knowledge absorption of the students. Like an assessment but different.
This constitution also includes the entry-exit tickets rule. The entry tickets primarily focus on student’s attention. At the end of the class, the teacher asks the students about their conclusion or what they have learned in the day’s lesson. The exit tickets are feedback on students’ knowledge they grasp at the end of the lesson/class. It is the reflection of what they have learned in class.
For example, in the B.P.Ed (Bachelor of Physical Education) course the student’s class constitution includes different learning methods to be a better coach in the sports field. The students divide their learning method with more practical skills in the field and the professors’ hands-on-learning.