Blog: Student presentations are enhanced by an adult audience

06/22/2009 | Blogs

A former classroom teacher and current education consultant recently observed a group of students giving a presentation and said the presence of adults in the audience acted as an incentive for the students to do their best. In his blog, Jim Moulton asks educators how they can entice adults to observe presentations in their own classrooms or take students to an off-site location to give presentations.

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