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FlipGrid : Give your students a voice.
http://flipgrid.com/
FlipGrid
Teachers create grids of short discussion-style questions that students respond to through recorded videos. Flipgrid boosts community and social presence in face-to-face, hybrid, and online classrooms.
Give your students a voice.
You can create up to four* grids with a Flipgrid account. Grids can be classes, sections, groups of students, research groups, faculty groups, or any collection of users interested in a common strand of questions. Each grid can hold an unlimited number of questions, and each question can hold an unlimited number of responses.
Questions are short, text-based prompts (think Twitter™) that can include basic formatting (e.g., bold, italic) and links to websites or documents.
Unlimited questions per grid. Unlimited response videos per question.
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A Lesson in Asking the Right Questions
http://pegkeiner.com/post/36022834298/a-lesson-in-asking-the-right-questions
A Lesson in Asking the Right Questions
While walking through the hallway at one of our elementary schools, I noticed these detailed, student made, responses to the prompt, “Who are you thankful for and why?” After reading a few of their pieces, I realized this was the question we should have been asking all along. That it’s not what more can you do, but what actions are already occurring that we can continue to encourage parents to do.
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Decide Quick
https://www.decidequick.com/
Decide Quick
Ever had trouble deciding on something? Yes, you say? Well you aren't alone ! With millions and millions of choices and varying opinions on every choice, life's decisions can be daunting. Worse still is the cost of making a wrong decision. Imagine buying a product just by reading one great review only to realize it's not to your liking.
We start our decision making process up researching online through various sources only to find a plethora of information which is; yes, just information and opinions, reviews and recommendations. It's great, but its information overload and it's not making our lives easier. After all the research we ask our friends for a recommendation, and value that highly in our decision making process. All this takes time, and time is MONEY!
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Teach Students to ask their own questions [DEN Conf] #DENvirtcon
http://new.livestream.com/DEN/rightquestion
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Brainstorming inquiry questions
http://bit.ly/Lm7MuH
Brainstorming inquiry questions
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The Right Way to Ask Questions in the Classroom
http://www.edutopia.org/blog/asking-better-questions-deeper-learning-ben-johnson
The Right Way to Ask Questions in the Classroom
"What does a teacher asking questions of a class expect the class to learn from the questioning process?"
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TIPS for Teachers - Asking Good Questions
http://www.edb.utexas.edu/minliu/pbl/TIPS/question.html
TIPS for Teachers - Asking Good Questions
Good questioning skills are an important part of project-based learning and promote student inquiry and conjecture with open-ended questions.
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Asking Effective Questions (pdf)
http://bit.ly/Lm71l2
Asking Effective Questions (pdf)
In addition to making decisions about what questions to ask during student discussions, teachers can plan effective questions to ask as they prepare lessons. Knowing the development of big ideas across the curriculum, reading material in teacher resources and solving problems themselves are examples of activities that may support teachers as they determine which questions to ask during lessons.
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Asking Questions to Improve Learning
http://teachingcenter.wustl.edu/strategies/Pages/asking-questions.aspx
Asking Questions to Improve Learning
When you prepare for class, office hours, and help sessions, compose specific questions that you will ask your students (or that you anticipate they will ask you). Doing so will help you increase student participation and encourage active learning. The strategies below will also help you formulate questions for exams and paper assignments.
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Fostering Effective Classroom Discussions
http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/english/tc/discussion.htm
Fostering Effective Classroom Discussions
Avoid open questions; call on individual students. Ask good questions.
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A Questioning Toolkit
http://fno.org/nov97/toolkit.html
A Questioning Toolkit
Portions of the Questioning Toolkit should be introduced as early as Kindergarten so that students can bring powerful questioning technologies and techniques with them as they arrive in high school.
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The Inquiry Questions Wiki
https://inquiry-questions.wikispaces.com/
The Inquiry Questions Wiki
To promote inquiry-based learning and research by generating and sharing examples of the types of questions that may encourage inquiry.
(These questions are intended to be used as a bank of examples. We recognize that guiding students in their own question-building is an essential part of the inquiry model).
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Inquiry Process
http://www.cii.illinois.edu/InquiryPage/inquiry/process.html
Inquiry Process
Our intention is to present some of the important aspects of inquiry that ought to be supported in a successful learning environment.
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Developing Your Inquiry Question (pdf)
http://bit.ly/Lm5JXo
Developing Your Inquiry Question (pdf)
Caring educators have always inquired. They continually ask questions about their practice ...
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The Art of Questioning
http://artofteachingscience.org/mos/8.3c.html
The Art of Questioning
Of all the skills discussed in this section, questioning, according to many science educators, is one of the most important. Teachers ask sometimes over a hundred questions in a class session to encourage student thinking. Do science teacher's questions facilitate critical and creative thinking? Are some questioning strategies more effective than others.
Let's examine some aspects of the art of questioning, including: types of questions, wait time, and questioning and creativity.
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Shamblesguru's 'Questions and Questioning' Video Collection
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2147D01E564FA3E2
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Asking Good Questions
http://bit.ly/Lz06IG
Asking Good Questions
Since the days of Socrates, asking questions to assess student understanding has been a core component of teaching and learning. Today, verbal questioning is so prevalent in education that it's difficult to picture a classroom in which a teacher isn't asking questions.
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Solvr helps you structure your thoughts
http://www.a.freshbrain.com/solvr/
Solve problems by asking questions
Solvr helps you structure your thoughts clearly. You can solve problems also together with others.
Nobody can access your Solvr without its cryptic URL
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Google-Proof Questioning
http://bit.ly/jCPTI
Google-Proof Questioning: A New Use for Bloom's Taxonomy
The internet has revolutionized information collection. The answer to virtually any question or problem is at our fingertips. Google has made this possible.
Now I am a teacher. When I give worksheets with questions on them my students immediately type the entire question into the omniscient search box on Google and in an instant, they have their answer. They have expended absolutely zero energy or effort to find the answer and as a result will not remember the question or the answer.
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Base-line Questioning Assessment
http://question-skills.wikispaces.com/Base-line+Questioning+Assessment
Base-line Questioning Assessment
A new look at questioning and how to assess questioning skills.
This is the process that has been used across a range of schools to obtain school-wide data on children's assessment skills. QuEST (Quality Education support and T
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The Role of Questions in Teaching
http://www.criticalthinking.org/pages/the-role-of-questions-in-teaching-thinking-and-learning/524
The Role of Questions in Teaching, Thinking and Learning
One of the reasons that instructors tend to overemphasize "coverage" over "engaged thinking" is that they assume that answers can be taught separate from questions. Indeed, so buried are questions in established instruction that the fact that all assertions-all statements that this or that is so-are implicit answers to questions is virtually never recognized.
No questions equals no understanding
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The Inquiry Page : Learning begins with questions
http://www.cii.illinois.edu/InquiryPage/
The Inquiry Page : Learning begins with questions
Welcome! The Inquiry Page is more than a website. It's a dynamic virtual community where inquiry-based education can be discussed, resources and experiences shared, and innovative approaches explored in a collaborative environment.
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The Art of Questioning
http://www.exploratorium.edu/ifi/resources/workshops/artofquestioning.html
The Art of Questioning
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The Question Mark
http://questioning.org/
The Question Mark - An educational magazine devoted to questions,questioning, good intelligence, strategic reading and quality teaching. Pedagogy does matter!
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Teaching your child good questioning skills
http://www.fno.org/parenting/questioning3.html
Teaching your child good questioning skills
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The Question is the Answer
http://www.fno.org/oct97/question.html
The Question is the Answer
Creating Research Programs for An Age of Information
Which Questions Matter? | A Questioning Toolkit |
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