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Maggie Horne
Reply to Partnering Question: Sarah
Thu Jun 11, 2015 23:09
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Sarah, I completely agree with you! I really appreciate what you said about making sure one student does not dominate the activity. I have found that when partnering students of a high ability level and a low ability level, the student with the high ability level tends to do the majority of the work, which is not beneficial to the other student. Partners should be chosen carefully so that the relationship is beneficial to both students. I love the idea of partnering because it does allow students to form social bonds that might not have developed otherwise. You provided really helpful insight!

  • Partnering Question - luckadooso, Wed Jun 10 22:55
    I think that partnering at different levels can be beneficial in different ways. It can be helpful to partner two students on the same level in order to help with skills and understanding on a level... more
    • Reply to Partnering Question: Sarah - Maggie Horne, Thu Jun 11 23:09
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