Group-Response Techniques

National Association of Special

 Education Teachers

 (NASET)

 The Practical Teacher

This Week's Topic:

Group-Response Techniques

When students respond as a group to academic content, they are actively engaged and more likely to learn the material being important, the teacher can observe student responses to get immediate feedback about whether the majority of students in the class are truly understanding the academic content. Here are two group-response techniques (Heward, 1996):

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