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@MT:Contents @FCTX2:Preface Preface to Second Edition Gratitudes The Authors 1 Discussion in a Democratic Society 2 How Discussion Helps Learning and Enlivens Classrooms 3 Preparing for Discussion 4 Getting Discussion Started 5 Keeping Discussion Going Through Questioning, Listening, and Responding 6 Keeping Discussion Going Through Creative Grouping 7 Discussion in Culturally Diverse Classrooms 8 Discussing Across Genders Differences @FCTX3: written with Eleni Roulis @FCTX2: 9 Keeping Students' Voices in Balance 10 Keepings Teachers' Voices in Balance 11 Understanding the Dynamics of Online Discussion 12 Creating the Conditions or Online Discussion 13 How Theory Informs the Practice of Discussion 14 Discussion Groups as Democratic Learning Laboratories 15 Evaluating Discussion References Index
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Discussion -- Study and teaching.
Forums (Discussion and debate).