Supporting Student-Led Discussions in the Secondary Classroom

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Supporting Student-Led Discussions in the Secondary Classroom

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OpenLearning online courses
OpenLearning's aim is to inspire, motivate and empower through education. We believe that learning can and should be enjoyable, ongoing, and above all effective. Transformative education enhances people’s abilities, promotes dynamic communication, and fosters a lifelong love of learning. We’re committed to creating fun and interactive communities and want our learning vision to spread far beyond educational institutions, branching into boardrooms, offices, team sports, group work, and righ...
OpenLearning's aim is to inspire, motivate and empower through education. We believe that learning can and should be enjoyable, ongoing, and above all effective. Transformative education enhances people’s abilities, promotes dynamic communication, and fosters a lifelong love of learning. We’re committed to creating fun and interactive communities and want our learning vision to spread far beyond educational institutions, branching into boardrooms, offices, team sports, group work, and right through to retirement. We believe that you should never stop learning, and we want to share our passion for accessible education.Discover yourself through education!

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Too often, secondary classroom discussions are monopolised by a few confident or passionate students and the teacher. How can teachers create discussions where students are responsible for creating, monitoring and providing meaningful feedback about discussions? In this course, you will analyse current problems in Australian education, the student voice and student-led discussions research, and how building student-led discussions address the current problems. You'll assess how schools currently help students grow this skill and modify their implementation with the help of your colleagues to create a resource that is tailored to your classroom context. 

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