One of my favorite collaborative activities that engages the students at higher more meaningful levels is a Think Pair Share approach. Students get to exchange ideas in small groups for a period of time only to then have one member of the team share their findings with the class as a whole. Sometimes there is a student who wishes not to participate.
Which Kagan strategy do you believe is the most critical for engaging students in the learning process? Provide two examples of applying the strategy in the classroom.