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Effective Questioning Practices to Spur Thinking

Mentoring Minds is happy to share a full chapter from Critical Thinking in the Classroom: A Practitioner’s Guide. In Chapter 7, you’ll find numerous questioning techniques that help teachers increase the level of critical thinking and student engagement in today’s classrooms. Changing expectations for questioning require teacher-facilitated discussions with increased student engagement, student-posed questions, high-level thinking questions, and open-ended questions. These questioning strategies provide teachers with tools to support students in becoming active, responsible learners.

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