Asking good questions is one thing, but do we give students the space to formulate a good response? Let’s talk about wait time.
All AboutAsking Better Questions
Is there any skill that’s more important to teaching than knowing how to ask questions well? And yet… I had basically zero training on how to ask questions. The result? I made a whole lot of beginner mistakes, even as a veteran teacher. Let’s get better!
Continuing the series on questions, we’ll take a look at a simple tool for analyzing your own questioning patterns.
We continue the series on questioning by looking at four types of questions: memory, convergent, evaluative, and divergent.
Asking questions is such a basic tool of teaching, yet how many of us have ever been taught to ask good questions? In this opening to a series about questioning, we’ll explore how to get students asking each other questions.