Heads Together, Butts Up: Share & Learn from Others

All Grades / All Subjects / Collaboration
Lesson Objective
Share and discuss thinking with others
Length
1 min
Questions to Consider
How does explicitly stating students' physical positions contribute to strong collaboration?
Why does Ms. Saul allow students to copy from each other?
How could you use this strategy across subject areas?

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Teaching Practice Heads Together, Butts Up: Share & Learn from Others

All Grades / All Subjects / Collaboration

Heads Together, Butts Up: Share & Learn from Others