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Re: Bedrosian Article
Sat Jun 20, 2015 22:44
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I’ve always loved the idea of partner work. I think it is beneficial for both students because they are able to contribute their strengths while having someone available to help where they need it. I often find that the “regular developing student” enjoys working with their peers who are struggling because they love helping and taking on the role of the teacher in many cases. I think if the teacher pairs the students in a way that the students will work well together, partner work can be beneficial.

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    • Re: Bedrosian Article - wigginsmr, Sat Jun 20 23:12
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