Questions are the heart and soul of inquiry. Students of all ages benefit from repeated opportunities to practice the art of asking questions, as well as a roadmap for how to develop the complexity of their questioning over time. Asking their own questions enables students to engage more deeply with materials across subjects and creates and builds upon a foundation of critical thinking skills that supports independent investigation. Spark new ideas about how to approach questioning with your students in this webinar led by school librarian and SLC Curriculum Connection Editor Courtney Pentland. Through live discussion with attendees, Pentland shares question-developing activities that you can use tomorrow with your K-12 students. You will come away with energizing approaches to bring these ideas into your collaborative practice.
Watch the webinar, pass the quiz, and earn one hour of professional development credit!
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