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Improving Teacher Questioning (Download)

Improving Teacher Questioning (Download)

Tim Nelson

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This resource has been designed to support teachers in developing effective questioning, utilising the ‘Knowledge Dimension’ as it has been applied to each stage of Bloom’s revised taxonomy.

Focusing on the acquisition of knowledge recognises the recent Ofsted demand that schools ensure pupils are taught knowledge and skills in all subjects. It also reflects the research into effective teaching that underpins the latest Ofsted handbook and grade descriptors.

The format used in this document acknowledges metacognition as a proven way to rapidly improve pupils’ learning and progress. The Education Endowment Foundation’s ‘Teaching and Learning Toolkit’ states, "Metacognition and self-regulation approaches have consistently high levels of impact...".

The resource covers all NC subjects, including English, maths, science, art, computing, design and technology, geography, history, music, and PE (with the exception of foreign languages).

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Product Reference: DL-ITQ
Format: Download (Emailed)
Pages: 60
Publisher: Focus Education (UK) Ltd
Published Date: Mar 2019, 2023

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