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From whiteboard work to random groups, these simple fixes could get students thinking more in maths lessons

By Tracey Muir, Professor in Education (STEM), Australian Catholic University
Peter Liljedahl, Professor, Simon Fraser University
From ‘slacking’ to ‘stalling’, ‘faking’ and ‘mimicking’, students use a wide variety of behaviours to avoid doing their maths lessons.The Conversation

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