Stop the Silence! How to Create a Strategically Social Classroom

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By orchestrating social interactions, students learn from one another about data and measures of center.

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Michael Tapee, mtapee@sdale.org, is a sixth-grade math teacher and robotics coach at Hellstern Middle School in Springdale, Arkansas. He believes in fostering a classroom environment in which all students have a voice.

Tammy Cartmell, tcartmell@sdale.org, is a sixth-grade mathematics teacher at Hellstern Middle School. She believes in fostering an engaging learning environment in which students own their learning through problem solving and discourse.

Tammy Guthrie, tguthrie@sdale.org, is a math and science instructional facilitator at Hellstern Middle School. She believes in promoting effective questioning and classroom discourse that leads all students to deeper understanding of big ideas. Laura B. Kent, lkent@uark.edu, is an associate professor of mathematics education at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. She is interested in students' mathematical strategies and classroom-based professional development.

(Corresponding author is Tapee mtapee@sdale.org)
(Corresponding author is Cartmell tcartmell@sdale.org)
(Corresponding author is Guthrie tguthrie@sdale.org)
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