l teach elementary but I think it could work across the board. I have all
faculty save the lamenate scraps and I cut them as close to standard size
papers as I can. I then show the student my idea by laying the laminate on top
of the students work and draw with a white board maker. Once the student has
seen my suggestion I then remove the laminate and clean it or throw it away.
My supervisor used to do this same idea with tracing paper (high school
level). It's a nice way for the students to critique each others work. A
picture is worth a thousand words.
In their sketchbooks I have them leave a margin around the edge of the drawing
so that I can make notes, etc.