Sep 20, 2023
Do you have a chatty class this year? In last week’s episode, episode 261, I shared 15 troubleshooting strategies to help figure out how you can prevent the chatter when your students need to be focused on the lesson or activities. It’s important for students to recognize when their chatter is disruptive, but on the flip side, sometimes students’ chatter means engagement and a sign of learning. Today I’m sharing 13 chatty class strategies that will help you to see how chatter can actually become a valuable tool in your classroom.
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