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The Power of Questions: Promoting Student Inquiry and Engagement

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How many questions do you ask each day? How many unspoken questions form in your mind each day? What does it mean to have questions? Is it okay to have questions that don't have answers? Is asking a lot of questions a good or a bad thing?

If your students are asking questions, that means they want to know more... which means they are engaged in learning, even if it does not always fit the traditional definition of, or setting for, learning. In this webinar, we will explore several Web 2.0 sites and ways in which you can tap into students' questions as a sign of curiosity and a desire to learn!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Learning Theories & Strategies, Web Tool Overviews
Tags: active learning, DOLjune20, questions, student engagement

Reviews (22)

Thank you for the vast amount of information.
Basic Member
Lots of great resources I have never heard of before. Thank you.
Basic Member
Very useful information.
Basic Member
Awesome ideas!
Basic Member
I love this angle on creative thinking! I am going to start using this with our students first thing Monday morning!
Full Member
Can't wait to try Wonderopolis!
Basic Member
Interesting information. Wonderopolis looks great. Thank you.
Full Member
Great activities to encourage questioning. Thanks for sharing.
Full Member
Thanks for sharing your passion for questions! Wonderopolis is a great resource. I have a homeroom in the morning and you've inspired me to post the question of the day each morning for students to research!
Basic Member
Melissa shared great internet sites that will engage students in asking questions and becoming curious about topics that I am teaching
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