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Questions that Advance Thinking, Learning and Achievement
Transcript of Questions that Advance Thinking, Learning and Achievement
How can effective questioning help transform a traditional, teacher-centered classroom into a student-centered, inquiry-oriented community of learners?
How can we promote equitable participation of all subgroups of students in classroom questioning?
How do teacher prompts promote student thinking and enhance student learning?
Questions that Advance Thinking, Learning, and Achievement
What makes a Quality Question
Promoting Equitable Participation
Quality Questioning Part I:
We will understand the importance of asking effective questions.
I will dissect research and validate why asking effective questions is critical to the success of all students.
I will design a "One Pager" to identify and connect with characteristics of a inquiry-oriented community of learners.
I will utilize two-column notes to organize a number of ideas related to scaffolding student discussions.
I will exhibit my learning through participating in "Fishbowl".
What does research say?
Jigsaw the Building Capacity Series article:
Kinder: 'Asking Effective Questions'
1st Grade: 'Tips 1-3'
2nd Grade: 'Tips 4-8'
3rd Grade: 'When are we telling students too much?'
4th Grade: 'Supporting...Before'
5th Grade: ' Supporting...During'
Administration/Intervention Team: 'Supporting...After'
1. Take 3-4 minutes to read "The Visionary Classroom"
2. With your shoulder partner, take 6-8 minutes complete the "One Page Response" sheet
3. Be prepared to share with the learning community
Kids will participate in classes where they feel respected, where there is mutuality of discourse (i.e., teacher and students feel they will learn something from one another-it's not a one-way street), and where they perceive a connection between the topic under discussion and what's important in their lives. So, if we want more kids to "talk" in class and to do so thoughtfully, and be listened to with respect by peers, we need to treat them like people who have ideas worth sharing, people whose interpretations of ideas, based on their life situations, are interesting to us.
-Fried, 2001, p. 191
Prompting to Promote Thinking
Prompting to Promote Thinking
Connecting Our Learning