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Stick Pick Helps Improve Student Engagement

Boost engagement, measure higher-order thinking skills with well-done app
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Title: Stick Pick
Summary: Boost engagement, measure higher-order thinking skills with well-done app

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Pros: Modes/levels of questioning and question starters help teachers differentiate the question-asking process.
Cons: Teachers must add students individually and can only select one level of questioning per student.
Bottom Line:Teachers can encourage students to pay attention in class with the possibility of asking them higher-order thinking questions, and get to know students by tracking their answers.

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This well-done app takes the popsicle-stick-in-a-can concept digital and expands it to help teachers differentiate the question-asking process and measure higher-order thinking skills

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