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Content Curation is the art of asking questions

Content Curation is the art of asking questions | Cuppa | Scoop.it

Learning is all about asking questions and finding answers to them. An inquisitive mind is one that goes beyond the status quo and probes deep below surface meanings. To foster such kind of  thinking inside our classroom requires some hard work and a serious investment in time and efforts. We, as teachers and educators, need to prepare the right environment where inquisitive minds can nourish and grow. We need to water this environment with a culture of asking questions.


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Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, January 12, 4:11 PM

An infographic showing what sorts of questions we can ask when curating.

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, January 13, 2:10 AM

The 6 types of Questions your Students Need to Know about | Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Lyubov Kazachenkova's curator insight, January 13, 1:24 PM

INteresting infographic!

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Teachers' Expectations Can Influence How Students Perform : NPR

Teachers' Expectations Can Influence How Students Perform : NPR | Cuppa | Scoop.it
Teachers' expectations about their students' abilities affect classroom interactions in myriad ways that can impact student performance. Students expected to succeed, for example, get more time to answer questions and more specific feedback.

A fascinating look at what can happen when teachers expectations for their students change, looking at "how do we get teachers to have the right expections?"

Seven suggestions are provided for ways "teachers can change their expections."


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Xiaoxia Wang's curator insight, November 18, 2013 5:50 PM

Right expectation let students have clear understanding of what they are supposed to achieve and behave. Hence, a right expectation is a good start of classroom management.