A classroom culture in which teachers and students are partners in learning should be established. Research suggests that classrooms that promote thinking and learning, student autonomy, and students as learning resources for one another are more successful in encouraging lifelong learners.
At the higher levels, there is a sense that the teacher welcomes all responses as evidence of student engagement and students know how to engage in productive discussions, argue ideas while respecting others, engage others in dialogue, and monitor their own participation.
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Links we Like
- Building Formative Assessment into Game-Based Learning
- Developing Independent Learners: Guiding Students to Be More Resourceful
- Collaborative Student Discussions
- The power of student-driven learning: Shelley Wright at TEDxWestVancouverED
- Creating and Sustaining a Collaborative Classroom Culture
- Creating a Culture of Collaborative Learning (modeling student expectations)
- Ready to Learn: Creating a Positive Classroom
- Building a Culture for Learning
- Collaborative Culture: Routines
- Start the Year With Collaboration
- The Importance of Academic Courage
- Deeper Learning: A Collaborative Classroom Is Key
- Creating a Collaborative Culture
- Collaborative Culture: Group Work