Four Corners


Description: 

The Four Corners technique stimulates student learning through movement and discussion. Students express their opinion when presented with a statement by moving to one the four corners of the classroom, where a response is posted. (These are often: “Strongly Agree,” “Agree,” “Disagree,” and “Strongly Disagree”). Students are then given the opportunity to talk to others (either within their group or with an opposing group) about why they have chosen their corner. Four Corners promotes listening, verbal communication, critical thinking, and decision-making.

 

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