Learning is a social process. Historically, this has meant that even the most base level literature conversations have necessarily taken place in the classroom. Several tools enables teachers to embed scaffolded instruction in the text, outside the confines of the classroom. When students arrive to the discussion, they have already engaged the text in multiple ways and explored meta-textual elements. Students bring this knowledge and background to the discussions allowing for deep, meaningful [ Read More ]

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