[Currentcse] Cold Calling on Students?

Hutchinson, Theodore hutchint at ohio.edu
Sun Feb 7 12:13:30 EST 2016

Hi again!  Following up on the discussion article I posted a while ago, is this thoughtful article on perspectives about calling on students to participate. This is an issue I've discussed recently with other teachers. I tend not to do this--but have wondered if I am representing a fairly White middle class (but progressive) type of communication style.

Thought provoking and an important aspect of pedagogy we need to consider.



'Your Hand's Not Raised? Too Bad: I'm Calling on You Anyway'<http://www.alternet.org/education/your-hands-not-raised-too-bad-im-calling-you-anyway>
Should teachers call on students who haven't indicated they want to talk and, in fact, have tacitly indicated they don't want to talk?

Theo Jansen Hutchinson, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Critical Studies in Educational Foundations, Program Coordinator
Director, Undergraduate Diversity Studies Certificate
Lindley Hall S203, Ohio University
Athens, OH  45701
Email: hutchint at ohio.edu
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