Reflection Through Interaction: The Classroom Experience of Pupils with Learning Difficulties
Growing evidence suggests that pupils with learning difficulties can be helped to learn more effectively by developing reflective activity. This text proposes ways in which teachers can develop reflection in pupils with learning difficulties, including classroom talk and challenging activities.
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