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Argumentative children do better in maths and science, study finds

The Independent – Rachel Pells

“Pupils who argue are more likely to do well in English, maths and science, according to new research. Getting primary school children to explain their answers, debate and reason with their classmates can help them to make more progress in these core subjects, it suggests. A total of 78 primary schools in England with higher-than-average numbers of poorer children took part in the trial of “dialogic teaching”, published by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF).”(more)

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