Interviewer: I present them with a problem. They have four minutes to wrestle with the problem independently. After four minutes, then we do what’s called heads together, butts up. We want their heads together showing each other what they were successful with. Maybe others who need support or didn’t know where to go with it, can get an idea.
They’re allowed to copy each other’s notes, as long as they’re having the discussion about why something was done in a particular way. It’s a chance for them to practice using the language, and have discourse over what they’re doing.