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I have put students into groups to work on an activity in order for them to share ideas and explore the material in more depth, so it's not just me talking to them. I came up with a great activity, the only problem is that they are not interacting much, more like one student figures out the answer and the rest copy. How do you solve this?
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  • stuck On 12/07/12, Steve wrote: > On 12 >> >> Does anyone have any ideas on how, in a group activity, you can ensure >> that they have to talk to each other? There must be a strategy that not >> only doesn't allow the goo...See More
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  • Steve On 12 > > Does anyone have any ideas on how, in a group activity, you can ensure > that they have to talk to each other? There must be a strategy that not > only doesn't allow the good kids to suffer frustration due to the lazy >...See More
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  • stuck On 12/05/12, Vet T. wrote: > >>> >>>>> >>>>>> >>>> >>> >>>> The point of throwing the task of finding answers and >>>> tackling questions on them is to f...See More
    Dec 7, 2012 report post
  • Vet T. br> >>>> >>>>> >>> >> >>> The point of throwing the task of finding answers and >>> tackling questions on them is to force them to talk >>> about the issues I want them to de...See More
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  • stuck On 12/04/12, Sara wrote: > Just because something has been around for a while in > education doesn't mean someone has found a way to make it > work. Education like most other things has fads and > bandwagons to jump on. Schools ...See More
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