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Asking questions is natural and intuitive. Teachers ask questions from the start of a lesson until the end. This session will focus on the purpose of using higher order questions in the classroom. Teachers will differentiate between higher order questions and essential questions. Additionally, teachers will identify scaffolding techniques and develop at least two examples of how to use higher order questions in their content areas. Attendees should bring examples of current questions used to stimulate learning. This session is a repeat.

Date:
2019 March 27 - 14:15
Duration:
1 h 15 min
Room:
T.F. North Room 213
Conference:
March 27th - Systemic PD
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Requires Registration:
Yes (Registered: 11/28)

Happening at the same time:

  1. Building Collective Efficacy and Trust as Mediating Factors (@CAT)
  2. Start Time:
    2019 March 27 14:15

    Room:
    C.A.T. Community Room

  3. CPR/AED/First Aid Training ** (@TFN)
  4. Start Time:
    2019 March 27 14:15

    Room:
    T.F. North Auditorium 122

  5. Gradual Release (They Do & You Do) – Part II of II (@TFS)
  6. Start Time:
    2019 March 27 14:15

    Room:
    T.F. South Room 235

  7. Inquiry Based Learning (@TFS)
  8. Start Time:
    2019 March 27 14:15

    Room:
    T.F. South Room 120

  9. Making the Case: An Argumentative Literacy Workshop for Teachers of All Subjects (@CAT)
  10. Start Time:
    2019 March 27 14:15

    Room:
    C.A.T. Room 206

  11. Talk Less, Teach More: Increasing Opportunities for Student-to-Student Discussion (@TFN)
  12. Start Time:
    2019 March 27 14:15

    Room:
    T.F. North Room 241

  13. Understanding Behavior: Through Which Lens Do We Examine and Respond to Behavior? (@TFN)
  14. Start Time:
    2019 March 27 14:15

    Room:
    T.F. North LRC – Smart Lab

  15. Using Technology to Enhance Instruction (@TFS)
  16. Start Time:
    2019 March 27 14:15

    Room:
    T.F. South Lab 512