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Effective questioning techniques
What does effective questioning look like? We relay advice from a teaching school on effective questioning, and we include information on the 'skilful questioning' module from The Key’s CPD Toolkit. We also look at examples of questioning strategies.
- Allow wait time
- Use both closed and open questions
- Involve all pupils
- Use Bloom's Taxonomy
- Adopt a dialogic approach
- Bounce questions around the classroom
- Further techniques
- Common pitfalls
- Delivering training on questioning: CPD Toolkit from The Key
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