Not All Questions Are Good Ones!

As teachers we are always hoping for questioning pupils. We want them to ask questions, to engage with the lesson and then move their learning on. However, in this post Edna Sackson highlights some questions we’d prefer not to hear!

Curiosity is the key to learning. If you read this blog, you know how much I value a culture of questioning and thinking. But there are some questions I would rather hear less frequently in the classroom. Okay, I might not answer some of them in quite this way, but you get the point. It’s about stepping back, giving the learners more ownership of their learning, encouraging independence…

Edna Sackson via 10 questions learners shouldn’t ask… « What Ed Said.

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