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Effectively Responding to a Peer’s Post Another component that enriches and enlivens the Discussion Board experience is responding to fellow classmates' posts. In the same way that your own posts should be substantive, response posts should be meaningful and advance the discussion of the issues, ideas, questions that were raised in the initial posts. While you can be supportive of your peers by saying, "I agree" or "Wow, I never thought of that", these statements alone are not sufficient. To guide you in drafting acceptable response posts, refer to the options below: Validate the post by sharing your experience and stating how it relates to the course material or to the initial post. Agree or disagree with the post and explain why you agree or disagree. Expand on your classmate's post to demonstrate that you understand the topic. Reply to a question posed by one of your classmates or by the instructor and support your statements with sources from the text. Critically evaluate
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