Many Hands Many Voices

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  • Mulitple Hands, Multiple Voices
  • Class, I have a question for you to think about.
  • From Structure Matters: Twenty-One Teaching Strategies to Promote Student Engagement and Cultivate Classroom Equity by Kimberly D. Tanner
  • Maya, I'm glad you're excited to answer, but first I'm going to ask the question, 
  • https://www.lifescied.org /doi/full/10.1187/cbe.13-06-0115
  • ...then, I want to hear at least three students' ideas. 
  • When engaging the class in discussion, use the multiple hands, multiple voices approach to keep all the students engaged.
  • Adapted by Rabbi Shira Shazeer
  • What do you think Jacob was thinking  when he first saw Joseph in Mitzrayim?
  • Don't discourage those who already volunteer to speak, but don't let them monopolize the discussion either.
  • For Positive Behavoral Support in the Inclusive Classroom
  • I won't call on anyone until I see at least three hands. 
  • Let students know that you intend to hear at least three answers from different students before you ask the question.
  • Hebrew College Fall 2018
  • Good! Let's hear from Lily, Sam, and then Maya. 
  • Then ask the question ...  and wait
  • Really wait until at least three hands are raised, and let students know you are waiting to see enough hands.
  • Once there are at least three hands up, choose three students to each give their answer to the question. 
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