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  • What is an example of a question that you have asked your students in the past 3 weeks? \n
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  • Where do your student accomplishments and learning objects live?\n
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  • How are your kids presenting what they know to one another?\n
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  • Where do your drafts go? How have you made the learning process concrete enough to see?\n
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  • What have you and your kids published recently?\n
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    • 1. Asking GoodQuestions and GettingCollaborative Answers Ben Wilkoff 10.21.2010
    • 2. This is not a presentation.This is a conversation.
    • 3. Our group code onhttp://edmodo.com is 9999rlPost questions, ideas, responses and resources.
    • 4. What kinds of questions are we asking?
    • 5. Are they intuitive?
    • 6. Are they reflective?
    • 7. Are they collaborative?
    • 8. Where do they live?
    • 9. What are we asking students to do?
    • 10. Draw*Don’t worry, I was born and raised in Ohio
    • 11. Note
    • 12. Comment
    • 13. Present
    • 14. Collect Data
    • 15. What spaces are weasking students to create?
    • 16. Spaces to Write and collect (Everything)
    • 17. Spaces to Claim Ownership
    • 18. Spaces to Insert (Everything)
    • 19. Spaces for Conversations
    • 20. Spaces for Planning
    • 21. What are we askingstudents to share?
    • 22. Template
    • 23. Links
    • 24. Folders
    • 25. Files
    • 26. Published Works
    • 27. We must ask greatquestions of our students and of one another.
    • 28. Ben Wilkoff @bhwilkoff 303.720.6269http://learningischange.com

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