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Give Some 'Snaps': Introducing Students to Classroom Routines (Video)

High school teacher Sarah Brown Wessling likes to snap her fingers to show appreciation and affirmation for students' contributions in her English class. She describes how she introduces students to this classroom routine—even when her high schoolers find it awkward at first.¬†


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