Questioning for Learning
Did you know….?
Teachers ask up to 400 questions in a day.
That’s around 70,000 a year!
That’s two or three million questions in the course of a career!
So shouldn’t we make them good ones?
Questioning is the most common form of interaction between teacher and pupil, and is an element of virtually every type and model of lesson. But it is often a part of classroom teaching that is neglected. This course will consider the reasons why questioning is so important, look into what makes effective questioning and investigate ways of structuring questions to ensure that all pupils are challenged appropriately.
Questioning for Learning workshop on Thursday 28th November 2013
As part of Key Stage Teacher Supply’s commitment to your CPD, we are delighted to work in partnership with Edge Hill University who shall be delivering a workshop on Questioning for Learning.
Venue: Woodlands Conference Centre, Southport Road, Chorley PR7 1QR
(For those in the Lancaster area, we are looking at an alternative venue – although you are more than welcome to attend in Chorley).
Time: 4.30 pm – 6.30 pm – please arrive 15 minutes early for refreshments
This course is open to everyone, not just staff registered with Key Stage Teacher Supply. We feel it is equally applicable to support staff and teaching staff, across primary and secondary.
We anticipate a lot of interest in this workshop so book your place now to avoid disappointment.
(We will require payment by cash or cheque to secure your place).
If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The team at Key Stage Teacher Supply look forward to seeing you on the 28th November.