How to help students "stay in the question"

05/31/2013 | KQED.org

Students need to be asked the right questions in the classroom to become engaged and focused in lessons, writes Matt Levinson, head of the Upper Division at Marin Country Day School in California. Students need to "stay in the question," instead of veering off topic. In this blog post, he suggests approaching curriculum design by involving students in the decision-making process.

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