Now That’s a Good Question

Class Details

  • Class Type: Online
  • Date: 8/26/2019 - 9/29/2019
  • Adams State Credit: 1
  • Nonmember Price: $145
  • CEA Member Price: $45
  • Registration for the optional graduate credits ($55 per credit) is a separate transaction through Adams State. Registration information will be available after you enroll. This class ends on 10/18/19 for teachers from Weld County School District RE-5J Johnstown-Milliken.

  • Currently Enrolled: 21 of 25
  • Class Type: Online
  • Date: 6/9/2019 - 7/13/2019
  • Adams State Credit: 1
  • Nonmember Price: $145
  • CEA Member Price: $45
  • Registration for the optional graduate credits ($55 per credit) is a separate transaction through Adams State. Registration information will be available after you enroll.

  • Currently Enrolled: 12 of 25

About the Course

This course is a book study on the Book Now That’s a Good Question by Erik M. Francis. This book explores how questioning can provide proper scaffolding to deepen student thinking, understanding, and application of knowledge. After reading this book you will be able to use these techniques for using questioning to extend and evaluate your students' learning experiences. You will be able to use eight different kinds of questions that will challenge student to demonstrate higher-order thinking and communicate depth of knowledge. You will be able rephrase the performance objectives of college and career readiness standards into questions that engage and challenge students. The author Erik Francis give tons of examples across many content areas and grade levels. This book can help fine-tune your approach to questioning and bring new ideas of how to incorporate more inquiry in your classroom and deepen students knowledge, understanding and ability to apply what they are thinking and know.

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Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Use eight different types of questions (essential, factual, analytical, reflective, hypothetical, argumentative, affective, and personal) to challenge students to thinking at a higher level.
  • Use questions to scaffold and differentiate to deepen students thinking, understanding, and application of knowledge.
  • Use the CRQ (Cognitive Rigor Question Framework) to develop questions sequences to use when planning a lesson.
  • Grade(s): Pre-K Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Elementary K-5 Secondary 6-12
  • Subject(s): Art/Music Career And Technical Comprehensive Health Dance Drama/Theater Arts English Language Arts English Language Learning Math Music Physical Education Professional Development Reading,Writing,Communicating Science Social Studies Technology Visual Arts World Languages

Reviews

Mike
Great class to get you thinking about how to ask more rigorous questions of your students.

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