Student Surveys Inform and Improve Classroom Discussion

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Hannah J. NiemanUniversity of Washington, Seattle

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Kara J. JacksonUniversity of Washington, Seattle

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Paul A. Cobb,Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee

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Erin C. HenrickPartner to Improve, Franklin, Tennessee

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Two cases show the value of reflecting on data about students’ perspectives on their experiences of classroom conversations in professional learning settings.

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