TEA New Teacher Program: Effective Questioning & Linking Questioning to Assessment – Feb 10
Posted by Teacher Education Alliance on January 11, 2022
The Teacher Education Alliance (TEA) New Teacher Program was created through a collaboration among regional teacher education programs and organizations. The purpose is to create a safe and engaging space for early career educators to explore the challenges and opportunities they are encountering in their classrooms.
Each workshop will be led by an expert in the field, with tips and strategies as well as guided conversations aimed at sharing practice and building a sustainable, professional community of new educators. Topics include culturally responsive teaching, building a culture of inquiry, effective questioning, self-care, and much more! Earn one Act 48 credit hour for each workshop you attend.
Thursday, February 10, 2022, 7:00-8:00 PM – Effective Questioning & Linking Questioning to Assessment led by La Salle University (via Zoom)
Transitioning from a novice teacher to a master teacher requires expertise in fundamental tools that enable your students to learn. One fundamental tool that locks in deep student learning is effective questioning. A teacher can get their students to a point of deep learning that demonstrates their mastery of objectives if they have appropriate questions to engage with and respond to. Effective questions feed a culture of inquiry in the classroom which is nurtured by a teacher using effective questioning strategies. Teachers will learn how to create questions that directly link students to the objectives and to assessments where students demonstrate what they know and can do.
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