MAIS 2020 Conference Oct 20, 2020 QfL

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Questions for Learning:

Questions for Learning MAIS Conference Steve Barkley October 2020

Questions for Learning:

Questions for Learning There is a strong connection between questioning and learning. Teachers’ questions can engage and model thinking processes that students develop to promote their own learning. Those coaching teachers need to practice the same questioning processes. Explore a questioning protocol that you can use to guide your work facilitating learning. The model examines questions for gathering information, working with information and taking action. Consider the complexity of questions rather than higher and lower order.

How do you use these roles in teaching, coaching, and leading?:

How do you use these roles in teaching, coaching, and leading? Presenting Training Facilitating 3

Presenting:

Presenting 4 P P P P

Training:

Training Consider Experiment Practice 5 T P P

Facilitating:

Facilitating F Leads to Action Spark

How do you use these roles in teaching, coaching, and leading?:

How do you use these roles in teaching, coaching, and leading? Presenting Training Facilitating 7

Students, Teachers, Coaches and Administrators:

Students, Teachers, Coaches and Administrators Questioning to Learn Learning to Question The important thing is to never stop questioning. Albert Einstein

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Questions for Learning G Perceptions Generalizations Induction

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Questions for Learning G Perceptions Generalizations Perception Perceptions Perceptions Analysis

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Questions for Learning Perception Perception Same/Different

Students exploring the role of effort work individually, recording answers to these questions: :

Students exploring the role of effort work individually, recording answers to these questions: Picture a time that you worked very hard to do or learn something. (perception) List your behaviors that were present when working hard. (analysis) Picture a time you didn’t work very hard at doing or learning something. (perception) How were your behaviors different? (same/different)

Questions for Learning:

Questions for Learning G G Generalization Generalizations Induction Insight G G

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Questions for Learning Appraisal / Evaluation (Same/Different)

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Questions for Learning 3 2 1 Summary Process 1. Gather Perceptions G G 2. Analysis ( Mindmap ) 3. Appraisal 1,2,3, etc. (Rank) 4. Summary

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Questions for Learning Evaluation Do you believe a difference is possible? (Why/Why not?)

Students join groups of 4, share their answers and discuss :

Students join groups of 4, share their answers and discuss What are common indicators of effort? ( induction ) When is high effort easy and when is it difficult? ( appraisal ) Why do you think it would be valuable to assess your effort at times? ( evaluation ) How do you decide when putting in more effort is worth it? ( ideas )

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Questions for Learning Prediction +

Taking Action:

Taking Action Students keep a journal for a week assessing their effort twice a day on two activities. (action) Write a summary of your findings. (summary)

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