Originally recorded | February 28, 2017
How can teachers use “quality questioning” to stimulate student thinking and support classroom dialogue? Why is dialogue essential to meaningful formative feedback? Explore these questions with Jackie Walsh and Beth Sattes, authors of the new 2nd edition of Quality Questioning: Research-Based Practice to Engage Every Learner.
During this recorded 60-minute webinar you’ll learn about:
- Three sets of expectations designed to transform students from passive observers to active participants in class dialogue and in assessment of their own learning.
- Strategies that engage all students in making meaning of content, while also providing teachers with information they can use to move learning forward.
- Opportunities for partnering with students to co-create a classroom community that celebrates learning for all, not right answers by a few.
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