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A Classroom Strategy: Student-Teacher Conferences Promote Learning (Video)

Chris Knutson, an 8th grade history teacher at Horning Middle School in Waukesha, Wis., shares how he incorporates learning conferences into his lessons. Conferencing with students one-on-one—even for just a few minutes at a time—allows for Knutson to engage in conversation, ask specific questions based on what each student does and does not understand about the lesson, and provide direct personalized feedback. 


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