Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Class participation. Get inspired and try out new things.
All teachers are aware of the problem of class participation. During whole-class discussions, some students are eager and participate frequently and excitedly— …whereas others avoid joining i…
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Quiet Power: the Secret Strength of Introverts. Susan Cain discusses supporting and teaching introverts.
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A solution for the challenge of introverts' class participation: Stop penalizing quiet learners.
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Word wall bulletin boards are a great way to promote vocabulary growth in middle school classrooms. Find out 10 creative ways to use them!
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"Just as I expect extroverted students to engage in quiet self-reflection, I also require introverted students to speak up in front of the class." Read more: http://www.quietrev.com/encouraging-introverts-to-speak-up-in-school/
Framing questions the right way—and scaffolding the right kinds of responses—can help teachers avoid blank stares and awkward silences.
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Ten Course Hero educator partners share 6 ways they encourage class participation by engaging and energizing college students—starting on day one of class.
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