Welcome to the Companion Website
Welcome! Thank you for visiting the companion website for the second edition of Quality Questioning. Please select the chapter and link below for the desired video.
Chapter 1. Setting the Stage: What Is Quality Questioning?
Video 1.1 Overview of 6Ps Framework for Quality Questioning
Video 1.2 The Relationship of Quality Questioning to Student Learning
Chapter 2. Prepare the Question: What Are the Distinguishing Features of Quality Questions?
Video 2.1 Developing First Graders’ Metacognitive Awareness
Video 2.2 Preparing Questions That Are Relevant
Video 2.3 Preparing Questions That Help Students Make Connections
Video 2.4 Quality Questions Result From Teacher Planning
Chapter 3. Present the Question: How Can Teachers Engage All Students in Thinking and Responding?
Video 3.1 Beliefs and Expectations That Support Learning by All
Video 3.2 Quizizz: Using Technology for Pre-Assessment
Video 3.3 Ink Think: A Collaborative Response Structure
Video 3.4 Fishbowl: A Structure for Thoughtful Discussion
Video 3.5 Think Time 1: Intentional and Continual Focus
Video 3.6 Collaborative Learning Through Student Discussion
Chapter 4. Prompt Student Thinking: How Can Teachers Assist Students in Making Connections?
Video 4.1 Benefits of Think Times to Special Needs Populations
Video 4.2 Think Time 2: Student Perspectives
Video 4.3 Scaffolding by Teacher and Peers
Chapter 5. Process Responses: How Can Teachers Use Feedback to Deepen Student Thinking and Learning?
Video 5.1 Formative Assessment and Feedback
Video 5.2 Teacher Use of Formative Feedback: Collaborative Planning
Video 5.3 Discussion: Shared Responsibility for Learning
Video 5.4 Discussion to Deepen Understanding: Surface Knowledge Is Prerequisite
Chapter 6. Polish Questioning Practices: How Can Ongoing Reflection and Dialogue About Classroom Questioning Improve Teaching and Learning?
Video 6.1 Creating Questions That Work: Collaborative Planning and Reflection
Video 6.2 Partnering With Students: Using Videotaping to Support Reflection