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6 QP Method for Discovery Learning
Transcript of 6 QP Method for Discovery Learning
builds rapport with the student. It is a time to ask questions.
sets the tone for the rest of the session. You determine the known from the unknown
will consume most of the time for your tutoring session.
questions which encourage a student to speculate. They encourage guessing.
a hint in question form. Use prompts when you have helped the student discover the true uncertainty. Prompts explain in question form.
allows the student to think about the new information more fully.
Example: What is it exactly that I can help you with?
Example: Tell me what you know about ________________.
Can you give me reasons?
What would be an example of that?
Can you tell me more about that?
What makes you think so?
If you had to guess what would you say?
What do you feel it is?
What might it be?
Example: The student should discover the answer!
Now that you understand this concept, can you give me an example?
How would you contrast it?
Before ending the session, have the student tell you something he/she learned in the session:
- What can you tell be about ____________ now?
- Tell me everything you now know about __________________.
6PQ Method For Discovery Learning
In a one page summary answer the following questions:
1: How would these questions look different if you are only working with the student is Sign-Up?
2: How would these questions look if you were working with the student 4 times a week?
3: Think about the different classes you could/are tutoring. How would you adapt these questions for these classes?
4: What are a few other questions for each step you could ask your student?
5: This about how these questions could progress through the semester. How could these impact the way you set your sessions up?
6: How would these questions differ in a group tutoring session?
7: What do you find useful about this training? What do you plan to use in your sessions?