Exemplary Classroom Questioning: Practices to Promote Thinking and Learning by Marie Menna PagliaroExemplary Classroom Questioning: Practices to Promote Thinking and Learning by Marie Menna Pagliaro

Exemplary Classroom Questioning: Practices to Promote Thinking and Learning

byMarie Menna Pagliaro

Paperback | September 1, 2011

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Exemplary Classroom Questioning describes how to organize a classroom environment that supports questioning. Marie Menna Pagliaro presents a research-based analytic approach to effective teacher practices when delivering questions and responding to students' answers and emphasizes how to teach students to think critically and become involved in constructing their own questions. This book provides numerous questioning examples and a coaching rubric that allows readers to assess present questioning skill mastery and improve performance.
Title:Exemplary Classroom Questioning: Practices to Promote Thinking and LearningFormat:PaperbackDimensions:172 pages, 9.1 × 6.1 × 0.4 inPublished:September 1, 2011Publisher:R&L EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1610484576

ISBN - 13:9781610484572

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Establishing an Effective Environment for Questioning Chapter 2 Reasons for Asking (and Not Asking) Questions Chapter 3 Effective Questioning Practices When Framing and Delivering Questions Chapter 4 Ineffective Questioning Practices When Framing and Delivering Questions Chapter 5 Effective Questioning Practices When Responding to Students' Answers Chapter 6 Ineffective Questioning Practices When Responding to Students' Answers Chapter 7 Encouraging Student Questioning Chapter 8 Using Taxonomies to Formulate Questions Chapter 9 Questioning for Critical Thinking Chapter 10 Socratic Questioning Chapter 11 Critical Questioning to Evaluate the Validity of Information Chapter 12 Implementing Questioning Skills

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Exemplary Classroom Questioning provides a concrete and much needed 'how to' for teaching teachers to become coaches and facilitators of learning at all grade levels. The emphasis on twenty-first century skills compels teachers to move students from acquiring facts to analyzing and evaluating information from product to process. This book encourages teachers to reinvent the learning environment so that students are encouraged to question, reflect, and synthesize information. Teachers are also taught to make the learning relevant to the students' lives and prepare them for the new economy. Dr. Pagliaro's directions transform teachers into facilitators and coaches themselves so they can transform the learning process for their students. This book is a must-have for both veteran and new teachers.