Speak Up! Transforming Classroom Discussions

Presenter: Robert Appino
Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Twitter:  @rappin01

Presentation Description: Some students enjoy speaking up in class while others don’t. This is a potential situation in many classrooms. In what ways then, can we promote more students to share their ideas?

This presentation will briefly introduce research undertaken on face-to-face and virtual discussions and discuss some of the literature involved. Based on the findings, I will also highlight some of the benefits of virtual discussions and provide links for experiment in your classrooms.

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