Questioning Sequences in the Classroom Webinar

Questioning Sequences in the Classroom Webinar
Robert J. Marzano and Julia A. Simms
February 10, 2015 | 3:00 p.m. ET/1:00 p.m. MT

Learn how to ask sequences of questions that enhance students' reasoning during this informative webinar with Robert J. Marzano and Julia A. Simms. Research indicates that the intentional use of targeted questions in a coordinated sequence is an effective way to elicit students' prior knowledge, prompt the discovery of new information, and deepen and extend students’ learning in all content areas.

Attendees will learn the basics of a four-phase strategy for asking effective series of questions that can help students make claims, build arguments, and provide evidence to support their points. Join us to receive concrete guidance about how to implement questioning sequences in your classroom!

  • Cultivate classroom questioning practices that reinforce the cognitive skills required by the Common Core State Standards.
  • Lead students to a deeper understanding of new concepts.
  • Encourage students to use higher-order thinking and knowledge-application skills.




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