From Kindergarten teacher @MissSimonton

Have students work in small groups to answer a question.  This is a great strategy if you don't have a device for every student or you want students to brainstorm possible answers before responding.

If each group has their own device you can instruct students to discuss their ideas for a few minutes before submitting their "final answer".  If you're doing this as a whole class lesson around a projector/smart board, then ask students to talk with their partner first and then open it up as a discussion with the class.  This works especially great with multiple choice questions.  

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