I can make some connections to this habit and share how I am trying to teach this habit in my English class. This is a habit that takes much time to put into effect. Sadly enough, there are too many adults who do not think about this concept of active and engaged listening. I use the example of "waiting for your turn to talk" as a non-example in my classroom. We have a social purpose for every lesson and many times, this purpose mentions demonstrating the behaviors of an active and engaged listen. I review with my students every day to discuss what this looks like as well as what this sounds like. We talk about truly hearing the student and either agreeing and adding on, or respectfully disagreeing and explaining yourself. We have language frames around the room and on their desks to help remind them of these.