Choosing Partners Without Favoritism


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Teaching students how to choose a partner kindly and respectfully sets a positive tone that lasts all year long. We explicitly teach how to choose a partner so students can quickly form partnerships in reading, writing, math, science, recess, and more. We typically rely on the raise your hand method, but sometimes student dynamics call for an alternative way to support children as they choose partners. Let's peek into Cindy Danielson's class to see how they've eliminated favoritism when they find a friend to work with.  


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