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Nursery Rhymes: The Social Equalizer

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Nursery Rhymes: The Social Equalizer

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Faculty are urged to turn classrooms into activity centers where lively discussion serves as an antidote to bored students zoning out of class lectures and zoning into images and words appearing on their screens of various sorts. Eliminating boredom in my classrooms is welcomed, but the primary reason why I use group discussion is to create classroom mini-islands on which students relax some of their natural wariness of strangers and begin to have meaningful conversations with each other.

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