Silent Communication With Students? Here’s How.
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As teachers increase their students’ voice and choice in the classroom, they provide less whole-class direct instruction and more personalized, just-in-time guidance. In order to minimize interruptions from other students, teachers develop procedures to strategize classroom communication. See several of them in this 3:08 video.
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