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:
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.
— Connie Hamilton Ed.S (@conniehamilton) May 2, 2015
Here’s a quote from one of my books:
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.
— 🌍valentina gonzalez (@ValentinaESL) October 1, 2017
Extending the Silence is from Edutopia.
Wait Time Can Make or Break Your Lesson is by Valentina Gonazalez.
In the Heat of Learning, Good Questioning Is Key appeared in Middleweb.
Using”Think-Time” and “Wait-Time” Skillfully in the Classroom. is from ERIC Digest.
Classroom Conversations / Balancing Participation is from ASCD Educational Leadership.
✨Some strategies take planning & time; others are EASY! Wait time is simple, yet POWERFUL! 💪 Check out these tips from #Ell2point0 on planning & implementing wait time to 🔼language & learning.⏰ #ESL #MLLS #MLChat #ELL2point0 #JCPSESL @irina_mcgrath 🔗https://t.co/9rbR5zFtn3 pic.twitter.com/CJjVbiElov
— 🌍 Michelle Shory 💻 (@michelleshory) October 4, 2022
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