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Questioning idea using 'Bloom's Buttons'

Questioning idea using 'Bloom's Buttons' | questioning strategies |

Higher level questioning is on everyone's minds these days.  I knew I wanted to create something for Blooms, but just couldn't decide on how I wanted it to look in my classroom.  It's always been something I just do without even thinking.  I always gear my questioning toward higher level thinking, but don't necessarily tell my students where each question ranks on the Bloom's Hierarchy.
I've come up with a little something to incorporate more of the Bloom's language and questioning in my day to day classroom discussions

Via Maree Whiteley, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
Maree Whiteley's curator insight, January 9, 2014 8:28 PM

Great idea to engage junior primary the colour and visual appeal of this clever design!

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Using Questioning to Develop Understanding

Using Questioning to Develop Understanding | questioning strategies |
Develop effective questioning techniques for your lessons. Teachers can assess understanding and lead students to find answers on their own with effective questioning strategies.

Via Lynnette Van Dyke
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Strategies for Effective Questioning

Strategies for Effective Questioning...


Building students critical thinking skills is a never-ending task for classroom teachers and using a variety of useful strategies for effective questioning is essential for prompting student inquiry. Bloom’s Taxonomy by Benjamin Bloom (1956) may be the most well known framework for questioning, but there are many other frameworks, including more recent research of ‘essential questions’ by Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins (1999). In this Short Course, an exploration of several strategies for effective questioning with classroom application will be investigated.

Via Teach n' Kids Learn, Kit Nielsen, Lynnette Van Dyke
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