Developing Your Students’ Debating Skills via Ment.io

During these times of intensive remote learning / teaching / work, everyone is extremely dubious of any ‘value’ whatsoever in online delivery.

However, Prof. Andrew Paterson found things to be surprisingly different.

He found that the power behind collaborative debate and the value in developing that skill are very attainable during these times.

Watch Prof. Paterson as he reviews his work around this topic.

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