Unlock the Power of Classroom Discussion to Activate Learning
Wednesday, March 27
from 12:00 PM
until 1:15 PM, Sonoma C
Discussion is a powerful tool in the classroom. Class discussions are used primarily as a tactic to raise student engagement, often as an “icebreaker” activity or to activate students’ prior knowledge. But class discussions can also be a rich source of data that allow teachers to understand the thinking of their students.
Current research explains how discussion can increase student learning, and support teachers in understanding and assessing student thinking. Join us to experience six strategies to unlock the power of discussion in your classroom to activate learning.