Effective Questioning in the Mathematics Classroom
In Effective Questioning in the Mathematics Classroom we examine how a teacher's questioning practices can elicit student thinking to advance student understanding. Because this course connects particular forms of questions to specific purposes, and invites teachers to reflect on their own question styles, the strategies in this course can be applied broadly across mathematical content and grade levels, unlike most contentfocused professional development efforts.
Participants in this course:

Explore three main purposes of questioning in a mathematics classroom

Examine four possible forms of questioning in a mathematics classroom

Analyze different techniques for maintaining a supportive environment during any type of questioning session

Use a guiding framework to identify and categorize questioning strategies

Identify the questioning strategies that you use effectively and describe how you plan to develop your questioning skills further
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