Interesting piece about when you should use ‘hands up’ in the classroom. We’re right behind this; already doing what they describe. It ensures that many and different children are expected to answer, it promotes children’s discussions and as Professor Wiliam says, it gets some children surprised that the quiet ones (who don’t like putting their hands up) do know quite a bit! Yes, we use lolly pop sticks in class too! 🙂
Being a radio player, there’s only 29 days to listen to it from today, or…
…I could download it and insert above…!
Ignore the 00:00 count; it does play (4 mins).
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