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Encouraging reticent students' participation in classroom discussions.
Wilen, W. W. (2004). Encouraging reticent students' participation in classroom discussions. Social Education, 68(1), 51.
Ask a Provocative Question to Break the Ice
Zigmond, R. H. (2008). Ask a Provocative Question to Break the Ice. College Teaching, 56(3), 154.
Reeling in the Big Fish: Changing Pedagogy to Encourage the Completion of Reading Assignments
Carney, A. G., Fry, S. W., Gabriele, R. V., & Ballard, M. (2008). Reeling in the Big Fish: Changing Pedagogy to Encourage the Completion of Reading Assignments. College Teaching, 56(4), 195.
Leading Discussions: Opening up the Conversation
Henning, J. E. (2005). Leading discussions opening up the conversation.College Teaching, 53(3), 90.
"Pearls of Wisdom": Enhancing Student Class Participation with an Innovative Exercise
Junn, E. (1994). `Pearls of Wisdom': Enhancing student class participation with an innovative exercise. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 21(4), 385.
Classroom participation and discussion effectiveness: student-generated strategies
Dallimore, E.J. , Hertenstein, J.H., & Platt, M.B.(2004) 'Classroom participation and discussion effectiveness: student-generated strategies', Communication Education, 53: 1, 1
The Dreaded Discussion: Ten Ways to Start
Frederick, P. (1981) Improving College and University Teaching 29(3): 109-114.
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