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Mind Streaming

Students work in pairs to extract what they know about a topic or learnt from a lecture.

How it works:

  • Student A talks for a minute about the topic/lecture while Student B listens and encourages Student A.¬†Thereafter the roles reverse.

Mind streaming is preferably used as a component of think-pair-share.

Reference:

  • Santa C.M., Havens, L.T. & Valdes B.J., (2004). Project Criss - Creating Independence through Student-owned Strategies. Helping teachers teach and learners learn. Third Edition. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company. Dubuque, Iowa