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Nov 18, 2019 9:43am
Group discussion has always been a useful exercise; this is a good brainstorm. I am a professional writer whose goal is to help students improve their grades. I get a master's degree in communications and am passionate about reading and reinforcing college students and college graduates with their dissertations at this writing service . Everyone can be successful in college, some just need help, and I'm here to provide it. I like to help students because I myself was alone and I know that everyone needs help.
Aug 27, 2019 12:56pm
1. Having a high-quality discussion begins with having trust to put your ideas out in the forefront of the discussion without the fear of ridiculed in front of the class. The deliberation aspect means that you first must distinguish deliberation from debate so you must have an open mind to hear from all sides, and engage with one another.
2. The first thing a teacher must build when dealing with deliberations and discussions is trust. Also assure students that they are equal players in the classroom, by constructing a positive environment.
3. Ms. Nguyen co-pilot approach not only establishes leadership qualities, but it also uses the students to help build confidence through each other. Everyone gets a turn at being the leader, and everyone gets turns at supporting the leader, with supporting ideas about the issues being discussed.
Nov 18, 2019 9:46am
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Aug 18, 2019 11:32am
Being a U.S. History teacher, controversial issues pop up regularly. I fully believe in cultivating a safe, honest environment in the class, while supporting every student that speaks.
My opinion on topics is not needed in the classroom, but my leadership is. Having a safe space to be able to speak is extremely important for the success of my class. Not allowing inappropriate comments to linger is also important.
I like this piolet discussion group because my tables are already organized into groups, so it would work perfectly in my room. It will help students interact with eachother, while still contributing to the discussion.
Jun 19, 2019 11:04am
It is very important that kids participate in these disscussions in a civil manner and without creating an argument or a fight. Although everyone will not agree completely there is a lot to learn from one another in discussions. In these situations speaking an listening play very important roles.
May 14, 2019 5:17pm
Students need an environment in the classroom that is conducive to learning. This can be made possible by having students talk to each other, innitially in small groups and then in larger groups. when students get to know each other they build their trust in each other and feel comfortable with each other. Discussions among students are one of the best ways to engage students and help them learn. Guided discussions ensure that students are discussing the relevant materials you want them to learn.
Students also discuss controversial topics in a polite and courteous manner keeing in mind the etiquettes of discussion and mindful of being respectful to the people they talk with. They realize that it is fine to have a different point of view, and there are always people who will think like you.
The co-pilot strategy allows students to open up to a larger group.
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