There is more to “Wait time,” typically described as the idea of giving students time to think prior to answering a teacher-asked question, than one might usually think.

I’ve previously posted about it, and this month’s ASCD Educational Leadership has two very good articles commenting on the topic.

I thought I’d bring those resources together in one “Best” list, and invite readers to contribute additional ones.

Here is what I have at this time:

My post is titled An Extremely Important “Take” On “Wait Time” — One That I Hadn’t Thought About Before….


Research Says / Get All Students to Speak Up
is by Bryan Goodwin at ASCD Educational Leadership.

All the Time They Need is by Ellin Oliver Keene at ASCD Educational Leadership.

Here’s a quote from one of my books:

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5 Ways To Respond To Wrong Answers is from Smart Classroom Management.

ENGAGED CEREBRAL CLASSROOM CULTURE: AIDAN THOMAS’ MASTER CLASS ON WAIT TIME is from Doug Lemov.

Using “Think-Time” and “Wait-Time” Skillfully in the Classroom.

Extending the Silence is from Edutopia.

 

Wait Time Can Make or Break Your Lesson is by Valentina Gonazalez.

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