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Instructional Practices: Questioning Techniques

Description

Recognize the importance of using questioning techniques to assess student understanding and drive instruction. Gain an understanding of how to develop questions that vary in complexity and align to the content. Identify strategies for using questioning techniques in the classroom.

Learning Objectives

Participants will

  • Recognize the importance of using questioning techniques.
  • Gain an understanding of using Webb’s Depth of Knowledge, Bloom’s Taxonomy, and Marzano’s Levels of Questioning in order to develop questions.
  • Understand how to develop questions that exhibit a range of rigor and that align to the content.
  • Explore strategies for using questioning techniques in the classroom.

Documentation Methods

Participants must document their learning by completing the following summative.

1 Multiple Choice Exam - Learner demonstrates knowledge of content by selecting the correct answer from the choices provided.

The summative must meet 80% of the established criteria.

Project Team

Author: Barbara Hicks, M.Ed.; Lisa Solots, M.Ed.; Kay Landingham, M.S.

Developed by Andrew Wing, B.A.; Vicky Nichols, B.S.; Aldo Redaelli, MEd .


Module Last Updated: 2022