Questioning techniques in the classroom

Enhance classroom discussions with effective questioning techniques that promote critical thinking and active participation. Discover top ideas to create an interactive and engaging learning environment.
On Twitter, I recently shared an excellent article by Justin Tarte called 5 Questions Every Teacher Should Ask Him/Herself. The first reflection question Justin recommends is: Who is doing a majority of the talking in your classroom? It’s the person who is doing the majority of the talking that tends to do the most learning, so what … Art Rooms, Art Assessment, Education Worksheets, Art Rubric, Talk Less, Drama Games, Blooms Taxonomy, Art Teaching, Instructional Strategies

On Twitter, I recently shared an excellent article by Justin Tarte called 5 Questions Every Teacher Should Ask Him/Herself. The first reflection question Justin recommends is: Who is doing a majority of the talking in your classroom? It’s the person who is doing the majority of the talking that tends to do the most learning, so what …

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Stacy Williams
6 revision techniques to re-energise your exam preparation German Revision, Revision Ideas, Revision Cards, Revision Techniques, Gcse Chemistry, Revision Tips, Science Revision, Visual Learner, Study Chemistry

As revision goes on week-after-week, your revision techniques begin to feel a bit stale. You're getting sick of looking at the same pile of revision notes and doing yet more practice exam questions. But, you can't stop now because your exams haven't even started yet. What can you do? Try some new and interesting revision techniques, that's what. After all, they say a change is as good as a rest.

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Marusia Quiñones
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(Grid adapted from pablo_75 on TES)Questioning is the key means by which teachers find out what pupils already know, identify gaps in knowledge and understanding and scaffold the development of their understanding to enable them to close the gap between what they currently know and the learning goals.Questions are the most common form of interaction between pupils and teachers, yet research suggests that the majority are recall and comprehension - lower-order questions which do not require…

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