Questions for #utedchat – Asking Great Questions

Q1 – Self-reflection time:  Why do you typically ask questions to students in class?  What is your purpose?  


Q2 – What are your frustrations with student responses to your questions?  How do you deal with the situation? 


Q3 – Essential questions are at the heart of education.  How do you help your students ask essential questions in their learning?


Q4 – What are your strategies to get more students involved in class discussion?  What role can technology play? 


Q5 – A key part of students responding to questions is trust with the teacher.  How do you build trust with your students? 


Q6 – How do you encourage students to self-reflect?  What are some ways to have students ask themselves great questions?


Q7 –  Share your best/worst strategy for asking questions to the whole class.  What works or doesn’t work for you?  

Jared Covili

Jared Covili has been a regular UCET presenter and attendee since 2003 - when the UCET bug first bit him. Jared has been on the UCET board since 2008 and served as UCET President in 2011-2012. He is currently serving as ISTE Affiliate Rep. Jared works at UEN (tech training), the U of U (adjunct teaching), and Corwin Press (book writing and speaking).

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