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Questioning for Staff Questioning for Staff Presentation Transcript

  • Questioning and Posing Problems✤ The important thing is to not stop questioning - Albert Einstein✤ Millions saw the apple fall, only Newton asked why - Bernard Baruch
  • As teachers we ask lots of questions ...
  • Types of questions:✤ What’s the capital of Spain?✤ What were Cliff Richard’s 5 Christmas number 1s?✤ Do you believe in God?✤ Why do cats purr?✤ Why does chocolate taste so good?✤ What are the alternatives to violent protests?✤ If it’s cold today, then why doesn’t it snow ?
  • Make up your own:
  • Make up your own:✤ To check factual knowledge
  • Make up your own:✤ To check factual knowledge✤ To look for alternative values / beliefs / opinions
  • Make up your own:✤ To check factual knowledge✤ To look for alternative values / beliefs / opinions✤ To look for connections or relationships between things
  • Make up your own:✤ To check factual knowledge✤ To look for alternative values / beliefs / opinions✤ To look for connections or relationships between things✤ To pose a hypothetical problem (what if?)
  • Make up your own:✤ To check factual knowledge✤ To look for alternative values / beliefs / opinions✤ To look for connections or relationships between things✤ To pose a hypothetical problem (what if?)✤ To recognise discrepancies and phenomena and find out their causes