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Sunday, March 17 • 2:15pm - 3:35pm
Exploring Student-led Discussion LIMITED

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To prepare today’s 21st century learners for college and career success, teachers must provide explicit instruction to develop students’ speaking, listening, communication, and critical thinking skills. It is essential for teachers to create a classroom culture in which meaningful academic conversation takes place regularly. This allows students to make sense of the world around them by exchanging ideas. In this presentation, we will explore various methods to engage your classroom in meaningful student-led discussion. The strategies we’ll discuss are applicable to students in upper elementary through high school. You will leave with a wealth of knowledge and resources to help your students communicate effectively with each other.

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Sunday March 17, 2019 2:15pm - 3:35pm
Senate B

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