Monday, September 17, 2012
One of the most prevalent SDAIE strategies that I have observed in my classroom with my cooperating teacher is Think-Pair-Share. My cooperating teacher and I have both used Think-Pair-Share in our instruction. Think-Pair-Share works great for our students because they are able to work together to understand the assignments and through collaboration they are able to work together to solve problems. I like the fact that Think-Pair-Share allows students to use their independent skills to think, then pair with a partner and get their perspective on an issue, and then share out their point of view on an activity.