EFFECTIVE QUESTIONING IN THE PRIMARY CLASSROOM
This Effective Questioning session will provide primary classroom practitioners with a range of proven techniques and ideas to use questions to encourage and extend children's thinking. Course content includes:
Context, challenge and current thinking How and why do we use questions in the classroom? Preparing key questions using Blooms Taxonomy (Remember, Understand, Apply, Analyse, Evaluation and Create) Structuring questions to link with lesson objectives Using effective questioning techniques for different learning needs and situations Encouraging pupils to initiate their own questions great lessons should be making learners want to ask questions Developing strategies and using questioning in your own teaching
This session is suitable for all teachers and support staff in a primary classroom.
Date: Thursday 30 March 2017Time: 8:45am 11:30amCost: 75 Location: Belgrave St. Bartholomews Academy, ST3 4TP
Florence Sports and Social, Lightwood Road, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ST3 4JS (Short walk from Belgrave St. Bartholomews Academy). Please do not use staff or Co-Op car park.
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