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describe how active participation benefits an individual
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Weegy: Benefits of active participation The advantages for student participation are grounded in the use of higher order thinking skills as students are more: Focused – students are more attentive in class when they participate. [ Why? Few students actually listen to teacher lectures or demonstrations of how to solve math problems or explanations of science concepts – passive learning. However, their attention and focus are increased when students: question the importance of specific procedures for solving a math problem or data collection techniques in a scientific investigation. use the language of math or science as they communicate using correct terminology for explanations, asking questions, and responding to your questions. This helps them link terms with definitions. connect concepts and link big ideas in science or math during open class discussions. are more likely to complete homework or other assignments when they understand you will ask questions, using random student selection, regarding these assignments. Engaged – achieved though stimulating student interest by causing conflict with their prior knowledge and experiences, along with assessing their understanding. This can be achieved as you ask higher order thinking open-ended questions, for example: How does … affect …? What causes …? What are the differences (or similarities) between …? Why is … important? How does … relate to what we have learned before about …? Explain why you agree or disagree about …? source: ]
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