Leading Discussions - Teacher Training Resources

Using Discussion in Teaching
Do teachers know how to facilitate the discussion to maximize participation and to take students to higher levels of learning? Do teachers know how to vary the format to keep discussion from simply being routine? Do teachers know how to deal with group dynamics? - Click here for why it is important you can answer "yes" to those questions.
To Read: Group Dynamic: Affected by Who Is There
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Facilitating Discussion
This worksheet gives pointers for how to help those group members who are passive, belittlers, monopolizers, or distracters. If you get the reproducible format and a teacher needs help with only one of these types of group members, you could use only the pages for which the teacher needs help. - (Also posted under Small Groups.)

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