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Questioning and the Art Program
The Value of Questioning as an Instructional Strategy 7:33
Building Classroom Community 14:26
How Questions Affect Discussions 7:59
Basic Instructional Strategies
Informing Instruction 9:48
Deepening Understanding 12:31
Reviewing and Reinforcing 14:09
Bloom's Taxonomy of Questions 4:32
Marzano and Questioning 4:36
Socratic Seminars 6:39
Navigating Wrong Answers 7:28
When You Don't Know the Answer 6:19
Learning Objectives as Questions 5:59
Problem-Based Learning in the Art Room 6:44
Student-Generated Questions 3:25
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
4 PD Hours
1 Learn how questioning can be used to inform instruction, deepen understanding, and review learning.
2 Gain strategies for building classroom community and student confidence through questioning strategies.
3 Discover tips and tricks for helping students who won’t participate in classroom discussions.
Are you looking for ways to deepen your students’ learning? Anxious to promote critical thinking skills and independence in your art classroom? Struggling to help your students generate authentic and relevant ideas? Maybe questioning strategies are just what your professional practice needs to create a transformational shift in your classroom! Join veteran choice teacher Janet Taylor as she reveals the secret power of using questioning as an instructional strategy in the art room.
B. Designs scaffolded instruction to facilitate student learning
C. Develops questioning techniques to encourage higher-order thinking skills
D. Constructs opportunities for student choice and authentic learning
F. Designs opportunities for collaboration among students
A. Designs experiences to practice critical thinking and problem-solving skills
B. Designs instruction to allow for freedom of expression and independent thought within student work
High School Art Teacher and PRO Facilitator
Janet Taylor is a high school art teacher in the western suburbs of Chicago. She geeks out on developing choice-based curriculum and believes that by guiding students through their own creative process, they are empowered to create unique and meaningful artworks.