6 ideas for better classroom discussions

02/25/2013 | Edutopia.org

Educator Maddie Witter offers in this blog post six strategies for conducting classroom discussions that include all students, particularly those who are shy or who may seem disengaged in class. For instance, teachers can hand out questions at the start of class and have students with the same question discuss answers before sharing with the whole class. "Traditional Q+A didn't help me access all of my learners," Witter writes.

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