1. Provide visual prompts around topics that really matter to a group of your students. The visual prompts should respect students’ intelligence and invite a wide range of interpretations.
2. Explain that you’re interested in their thoughts and feelings about what they see .. then ask respectful, open-ended, non-leading questions .
3. Listen (really listen) to their collaboratively developed ideas, experiences and solutions.
4. Discover how much they are learning from and teaching each other about what really matters to all of them. POWERFUL.