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4 steps to making rigorous discussion a routine


For many of us who are intimidated by the idea of “rigor” and exactly what it means to make our lessons more rigorous, thinking about it as a routine can make it more real and doable for us, reports Edutopia. Because to really raise rigor and push our students, it’s not about anything more that we can teach them, it’s about setting up the right environment for them to think critically and engage in analysis and problem solving. Discussion is one fail-safe way to do this, no matter the content area. Our math teacher leaders have really been pushing discussion as a key to rigor. Here are some ways to set up a strong discussion routine in your class…

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