Questioning Technique Pocketbook
Teachers' questions play a critical role, not just for the thinking they provoke, but in the modelling of questioning skills and the development of curiosity. Research shows that when teachers think more about questioning - deepening their understanding, extending their range of strategies and planning their questions - responses from pupils improve, and engagement and learning increase. This Pocketbook separates out the three elements of questioning: framing them, delivering them, and responding to the answers. It offers both simple tweaks and fundamental shifts to turn instinctive practice into a highly effective teaching and learning tool. Author and 'question master' Gorden Pope finds a happy balance between theory and evidence-based practice, ending with a short checklist for monitoring and improving your own questioning. ",This is a really great little book - engaging, practical, useful and forward-looking. I will be recommending it to the teachers at my school.", Jan Shapiro, Deputy Headteacher, Prendergast Ladywell Fields College. The perfect mix of theory and strategy. After only a few pages I found myself reflecting on my own practice and trying out new ideas. Its become my go to book for engaging passive learners. Jenna Barnes, AST. Head of the Globe Faculty, Conisborough College. A brilliant resource which will help you to reflect and then enrich your teaching. J Matthews, Headteacher, William Martin Junior School.
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