Whiteboarding Your Way to Great Student Discussions

by: David Henry, Julie Henry, and Stephanie Riddoch

Dry erase boards, sometimes called whiteboards, are a powerful tool for facilitating discussion within groups of students. When each group receives a large whiteboard and specific instructions about how to use the board to record their thinking, students' discussions are more animated, on topic, and demonstrate higher-level thinking.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 4/1/2006Stock # ss06_029_07_51Volume 029Issue 07

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