Strategies that increase student engagement can help to keep students motivated (and curious) throughout the school year. There are a number of strategies that can allow students to use reasoning skills and thinking that will help them remain engaged.
Collaboration, critical-thinking, and inductive-thinking skills are thought processes involving activities such as logical reasoning, problem solving, and reflective thought. To develop these skills, students need sufficient practice. If you plan carefully, the activities that involve these skills will arise from the lesson itself. This infographic provides 10 collaboration activities that you can use to help stimulate thinking.
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