Please look at at review the web pages on Questioning below.
  • What useful info was on the page
  • What did you learn about questioning?
  • How does it fit in with our rubric?
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Quest Web Page
Thinkers Toolbox
Thirteen Website
Dare to differentiate
Shayne, Robyn, Nicola, Sue
Sally, Rudi, Brandon
Jenni, Teresa, Joan

Useful Info
talks about the 7 servants
gives sample questions which provides examples for pupils
Gives the different types of questions
Gives examples of how to become an expert questioner
Balloon graphic
Thinks to other thinking tools we already use
Shows how questioning links to NZ curriculum

What we learnt
A lot in there - need to have time to BROWSE
A good question has to be effective and relevant to the topic
irrelevant questions or statements don't take people on further
Higher end use the 7 servants and open ended questions
Children need to be taught how to question

Fit with our rubric?
links to the 7 servants and the 5 stages similar to our rubric
Lets children develop to become good questioners

I don’t pretend we have all the answers. But the questions are certainly worth thinking about.

Reason can answer questions, but imagination has to ask them
Useful Info
- Explains what the Seven Servants are and gives examples of these.
Breaks the question types down which make it easy for students to use.
- Has printable resources for questioning as well as other graphic
organisers.

What we learnt
Thinkers Keys looked really useful and had explanations of each for
the students. Could easily be used in Inquiry.
Shows how questioning relates to various theories (Habits of Mind,
Blooms etc).
Questioning is important, but is one part of the thinking process.

Fit with our rubric?
Shows what the 7 Servants are mentioned in our rubric.
Gives easy ways to teach questioning in class
rationale for inquiry learning
focus on "how we come to know" not "what we know"
an important outcome of inquiry should be useful knowledge about the natural and human-designed world - organisation, change, interrelate, communicate

useful video vignettes

encourage natural inquiry process

three examples of inquiry based lesson plans

more than just asking questions - in traditional school children learn to stop questioning and just listen

getting children to ask questions

jenni found a good page on questioning - inference questions, interpretation questions, questions about hypotheses

http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/inquiry/index_sub2.html