How is the waiting time beneficial in studies according to the technique of Pose, Pause, Pounce, and Bounce?

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When children are given 3 or more seconds of undisturbed “wait-time” Rowe discovered that the correctness of responses increased, there were less ‘I don’t know’ responses. The impact this had on the students was that the quantity decreased, and the quality of responses increased, and they asked questions that required more complex information processing and higher level thinking on the part of the children. Stahl who referred to ‘wait time’ as ‘thinking time’ drew on Rowe’s research explaining that, it is not that anything less than three seconds of thinking time is bad and more than three...
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