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Developed News Story | Some learnings are for self-time, while some are within mutual collaborations

We often think about metacognition as realizing what you do and don't know. How intelligently a learner communicates is key to success, and Only God knows the Best of Truth

When school feels ‘like prison,’ test scores, and college attendance drop. We, as a society created timelines of what students did during breakout sessions, and we see times when students are not speaking to each other, and we really appreciated this idea that maybe some silence can be very beneficial to group work when you take a moment to think about what you’re going to say before you say it or think about the problem before you jump in to solve it.

The researchers were initially excited by another group in the study who spoke continually, even finishing each other’s sentences. But the audio recordings and transcript revealed that, while the group had some success in problem-solving, they would never directly correct each other. Even when one student said something that another knew was wrong, the second did not acknowledge the wrong answer by offering a correction or asking a question, and instead gently moved to something else.

Podcast | Developed News Story | Some learnings are for self-time, while some are within mutual collaborations | subtitles included

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