How teachers' questions deepen student learning

10/31/2013 |

Asking students strategic questions helps them synthesize what they are learning and use critical-thinking skills, literacy coach Rebecca Alber writes in this blog post. She shares five simple questions teachers can ask and explains how they deepen student learning. For instance, asking students how they know something helps them make connections to their prior knowledge, she writes.

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