Paraphrasing, by Bergman’s definition, is a retelling of what a student has just said in similar, perhaps clearer, words. He notes, though, that in such moments paraphrase a teacher often “ignores missing pieces and inaccuracies.”
Everyone’s afraid of Zoom fatigue these days. Lowenthal and Dunlop ask their students how to make social presence possible online.
A 2017 article challenges us to think from, but also beyond, the popular concept of white fragility — especially when it comes to building new curricula.
How do we use the “discussion board” feature to… actually hold discussions?
Zaretta Hammond (leader in the Culturally Responsive Education movement) provides us tangible techniques to empower student voice more equitably in class discussions.