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Questioning Strategies- Make Your Students Thinkers 2017-2018

Teachers regularly pose questions to their students, but the purpose and form of these questions can vary extensively. This workshop will look at the different question forms and the purpose for asking questions. From knowing which question to ask teachers can promote divergent thinking, convergent thinking and metacognition with all the students in their classrooms. Teaching students to ask questions promotes higher-order thinking skills. Teachers will deepen their understanding of the following questions types; essential, probing, clarifying, and telling questions. Teachers will learn how to identify and implement the right type of questions to promote divergent thinking, convergent thinking and metacognition resulting in higher student achievement.

Important Session Information:
This class will meet on November 18, 2017 (NOT November 4, 2017 as previously scheduled).

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Session ID:
115194
Fee:
$0.00
Seats Filled:
14 / 40
Credits Available:
(4) Clock Hours
Contact Person:
Diane Buchanan
Instructor(s):
Julie Vavricka
Date Time Location
11/18/2017 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Klickitat Room
33 South Second Avenue, Yakima WA 98902