N.J. teachers learn student-engagement techniques

08/24/2014 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

Nearly 2,000 New Jersey teachers have attended Department of Education-sponsored workshops to learn techniques to engage their students in discussions that encourage critical thinking and problem-solving skills. The sessions are also designed to help teachers improve skills that are assessed by the department's new teacher evaluation system, which has shown the need for improved discussion and engagement skills.

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