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Rhondda Powling

8 Strategies To Help Students Ask Great Questions - 3 views

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    Good questions are great learning tools. The 8 strategies discussed here offer useful ideas for classroom techers
Rhondda Powling

5 Powerful Questions Teachers Can Ask Students | Edutopia - 6 views

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    We all want to nurture a learning culture in our classroom. One that cultivates skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, synthesis, analysis, critical judgement and interpretation. For this to happen we need to pose learning problems and questions that demand the development of these skills. Well-posed questions can be simple questions but the right questions can drive much more learning and elicit insight that those complex questions that don't ask students to really think. Framing good questions is an art and some suggested questions are discussed here.
Rhondda Powling

Ten Takeaway Tips for Teaching Critical Thinking | Edutopia - 5 views

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    Some concrete ideas that will assist teachers to begin to encourage students' critical-thinking skills in the classroom - an beyond.
Rhondda Powling

Learners Should Be Developing Their Own Essential Questions | User Generated Education - 0 views

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    Learning to compose a good question is a skill students should possess. Those at the Right Question Institute proposed process for students to learn to formulate their own questions.  This can be a good start to having students learn to compose questions. The post lists the QFT six key steps.
Roland Gesthuizen

#35 TodaysMeet | Teach Gen Now - 0 views

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    "TodaysMeet is a free online tool that allows you to backchannel. What is a backchannel I hear you ask? Backchanneling is having real time online conversations alongside live presentations. A backchannel lets participants ask questions, discuss what is being presented, share links and reflect on their learning. Backchanneling could be describe as "virtual whispering or note passing" during lessons, presentation or activities."
Pam Thompson

YouthLearn: Learning - 0 views

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    YouthLearn's Learning section -- aimed at after-school programs that integrate technology -- has guidelines for creating lesson plans and projects; examples of tools for designing projects (e.g., curriculum mapping, tutoring/mentoring and inquiry-based learning); learning technique examples and guidelines (e.g., peer observations and animation) and staff recruitment and development tools (including sample position announcements).
anonymous

Art of Questioning - 0 views

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    How do you teach? By questioning, but what sort of questions
Pam Thompson

Questioning Toolkit - 0 views

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    Questioning toolkit from Jamie McKenzie
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