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Wait-Time: Elementary School Example & Non-Examples

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Published on Jan 16, 2019

Every IRIS Fundamental Skill Sheet offers educators the chance to brush up on the discrete skills and practices that form the foundation of effective classroom instruction and behavior management.

Wait-time describes either the amount of time a teacher pauses between asking a question and the beginning of a student’s response or the amount of time between a student’s response and the teacher’s reacting or asking another question.

Mrs. D. wants to encourage thoughtful student response and classroom discussion. Note in the example how Mrs. D. correctly implements the procedures for wait-time, but in the non-example she fails to implement a number of key components.

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