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Advance Organizer

A technique usually used at the beginning of the lesson in which the teacer provides students with the structure, overview, and nature of the content of the upcoming learning experience.


A comparison in which one describes similarities between concepts that are generally considered dissimilar.

Convergent Question

A question that has one correct answer.

Divergent Question

A question that has many possible answers.

Group Processing

An activity in which members of a group reflect and evaluate their functioning as a group.


A statement about a behavior that has three parts; describes the specific behavior, the effort of the person sending the message, and the way that person feels about the behavior.

Leading Question

A nonobjective question in which the opinion of the person asking the question can be easily inferred.


Learning that is a result of observing the behaviors and actions of others.


A set of empirically derived rules for communication via the Internet.

Nonverbal Message

A communication expressed in body language, gestures, tone of voice, expression, etc., but without words.

Probing Question

A follow-up question used to encourage deeper thinking through elaboration, clarification, justification, etc.

Run-on Questions

Multiple questions asked at one time so that the receiver can become confused about which one to address.

Wait Time

The time between asking a question and calling on a student for a response.