ED114 - Questioning in the Classroom
Questioning can be one of the most effective classroom teaching strategies. However, many instructors are not familiar with the techniques and research findings associated with good questioning. This course begins by comparing and contrasting the major types of questions and their most appropriate uses. Some relevant statistics and research findings are presented, followed by a discussion of four effective questioning practices. The course concludes by offering a few tips and suggestions for instructors to consider.
- Can Start Anytime
- Self-paced (within course enrollment timeframe)
- 4 Hours of Activities
- 4 Weeks to Complete the Course
- Can Finish Faster
- Study Course Content
- Pass ALL Required Quizzes
Certificate of Completion
- 4 Hours of Continuing Education
- Available for download at the end of the course
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- Speakers or headphones
Identify the major types of instructional questions.
Examine some research findings about questioning.
Consider four good questioning practices.
Review some tips for improving classroom questioning.
This course provides you with a lifelong peer-to-peer learning opportunity through a specific Performance Group created within the Career College Lounge, a learning community of career college professionals. This allows you to learn and share with your peers at any time you want, even after you complete the course.
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