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e-Learning Lingo Podcast #134-Pair Problem Solving

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Announcer: The e-Learning Lingo Podcast.

Mary Kay Lofurno: Hello, this is Mary Kay Lofurno, Marketing Director here at SyberWorks. Welcome to the 134th episode of the e-Learning Lingo Podcast series. Last week, Dave Powell talked about the Frayer Model. This week, Dave defines Pair Problem Solving. So I ask you, do you know your e-Learning Lingo?"

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Mary Kay: All right Dave, tell us about pair problem solving.

Dave Powell: Pair problem solving is a technique in which one member of a pair is the thinker and the other is the listener. First, the thinker thinks aloud as he or she tries to solve the problem at hand. Then the listener analyzes the thinker and provides feedback about his or her problem solving approach. The idea behind this activity is that thinking aloud to a listener can help enhance a student's analytical reasoning skills.

Mary Kay: Thanks, Dave. Sounds awesome. Have a good afternoon.

Dave: You, too. Talk to you soon.

Mary Kay: This is Mary-Kay Lofurno, Marketing Director at SyberWorks. Thanks for listening the episode 134 of the e-Learning Lingo Podcast. This week, Dave Powell talked about pair problem solving. The Episode 134 Podcast audio and transcript will be posted on the e-Learning Lingo Podcast blog. Next time on the e-Learning Lingo Podcast, we'll talk about a term used in e-Learning. Until that time, have a great week.

Until that time, have a great week!

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