quinta-feira, 2 de fevereiro de 2012

Me, Miss! Why blurting out the answers can be good for pupils | Education | The Guardian

Me, Miss! Why blurting out the answers can be good for pupils | Education | The Guardian

Louder children can outperform quieter classmates and lift overall performance by encouraging others to become engaged

A class of children and their teacher


While it may be frustrating for a teacher attempting to control a class, researchers say blurting out the answers can be good for pupils.

Children who shout out the answer can be nearly nine months ahead in reading and maths when compared with quieter classmates, according to a study by academics at Durham University.

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