On Chancellor's Day, teachers from AIM schools experienced and debriefed multiple routines for student learning outcomes. To help plan the day, teachers were surveyed to see what they wanted support around. More than half of the respondents were interested in learning more about holding pair or group discussions on a daily basis. They sought ways to boost literacy, student trust and the quality of these discussions.
Participants walked away with routines that would allow students to engage with one another for various purposes and settings around the classroom, including the Three Reads Protocol Activity, Rumors, Babbling, Silent Graffiti, the Stoplight and OPTIQ. Check out their materials below.