Can classroom debates improve students' thinking, learning?

06/17/2013 | Edutopia.org

Having students debate in class focuses their thinking and deepens their learning as they research their position and organize their thoughts for presentations and rebuttals, instructional coach Ben Johnson writes in this blog post. Johnson offers six structures for debates, including acting as the devil's advocate by having students prepare arguments for the opposing side.

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