I liked most of this session, because it was full of activities that would engage students notwithstanding their learning style. The activities address visual as well as kinesthetic learners and cater for differentiated learning. Personally, I was particularly impressed by the activity in which the trainer asked us to build a place using the material she brought for each group. The material was not the same: some groups had Legos, others sticky notes and shapes. I think that, apart from the fun all the participants shared throughout the activity, there was room for a lot of creativity and high-order thinking skills. The activity was closed by going around the room, with a person explaining his or her group’s project to members from other groups (who worked on different projects). When we apply this activity in class, especially in mixed-up ability classes, more able students would most probably in charge of such a task. They would talk about the whole group’s achievement, providing a real feeling of interdependence and confidence.