In order to guide next steps in instruction and assessment, a teacher at McNally High School in Edmonton incorporates effective questions into his instructional plan to determine student understanding of a concept.
- Effective questions provide teachers with information about how well students have grasped key concepts and skills.
- This information allows teachers to make adjustments to their instruction.
- What are the characteristics of effective questions that can provide teachers with information about student learning in real-time?
- How could we create time to allow teachers in our school to collaborate and develop these effective questions?