NOTE: This strategy is part of the self-paced Amplify Learner Voice Course
Not all learners are prepared to participate by speaking out loud. Technology can be used to provide polls or virtual chat spaces, such as polleverywhere, mentimeter, and padlet. If you want a low-tech way for students to non-verbally participate, have them write on post-it notes, use hand signals or write on whiteboards that they raise in the air. These opportunities provide ways for learners to engage in the thinking and share their thoughts equitably.
Gain inspiration from authentic examples of this strategy shared by teachers who have used them with their learners.
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