How to help students listen:

08/31/2011 | Education Week Teacher

In this blog post, several educators share their tips and techniques for getting students to listen. Educator Larry Ferlazzo recommends giving verbal and written instructions and then modeling the behavior. Teacher Heather Wolpert-Gawron suggests mixing up who does the talking, which will cause students to pay attention. Other suggestions include telling students what to listen for, being brief and avoiding repetition.

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