Improving Pop-Up Debates: Better Prompts – Dave Stuart Jr.

I’ve held more than a few pop-up debates that went badly, and I could trace the badness back to before the debate started. What am I talking about? The Plague of the Poorly Formulated Pop-Up Debate Prompt. Recently, I was reading through Les Lynn’s blog (Les founded Argument-Centered Education, and his blog is the Debatifier) and […]

Source: Improving Pop-Up Debates: Better Prompts – Dave Stuart Jr.

Great idea for Climate Argument Lesson. We all know this has become a hot topic. Having students see both sides of the argument will help to create the next generation of informed citizens.

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Science Teacher at Cardinal Gibbons High School, Raleigh NC.

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