Teachers reflect on how three dialogue protocols can promote meaningful and efficient communication and learning through social interactions.

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Hagit Sela, hsela@learningsciences.com, is a math practice leader at Learning Sciences International. She is interested in enhancing math teaching and learning to increase student curiosity, engagement, and accountability. She works with school districts to develop strong PLCs that support standards-driven curriculum that uses both content and practice standards.

Nicole Davis, nicole.davis.1@palmbeachschools.org, is a math coach at a Title 1 middle school in Lantana, Florida. She is interested in increasing student dialogue in mathematics classrooms along with professional growth through learning communities.

Jennifer Hulse, Jennifer.Hulse@PalmBeachSchools.org, is a mathematics coach at Lake Worth Middle School in Lake Worth, Florida, and is the vice-president of the Palm Beach County Council of Teachers of Mathematics (PBCCTM). She enjoys providing professional development and continuing education.

(Corresponding author is Sela hsela@learningsciences.com)
(Corresponding author is Davis nicole.davis.1@palmbeachschools.org)
(Corresponding author is Hulse Jennifer.Hulse@PalmBeachSchools.org)
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