Teacher uses contest to boost students' listening skills

02/5/2009 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

Tired of her middle-school students asking "high-maintenance" questions that she'd already answered, teacher Tracy McCalla designed a competition between her classes to reduce the volume of such inquiries. After a few days, those questions declined dramatically as students began to improve listening skills and McCalla learned how to make her own directions clearer.

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