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Promoting Student Reflection Using Prompts

A collection of resources that will help you to encourage your students to think about lesson content, as well as their own beliefs about the content, on a deeper level through the use of prompts.
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Promoting Student Reflection Using Prompts
  • Marzano Question Stems

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    wres.pasco.k12.fl.us
    wres.pasco.k12.fl.us
    Erin Lancaster says:
    This chart is great to have on hand when designing prompts for students during a lesson in order to ensure that they are pushed to think about the content on various levels of Bloom's Taxonomy.
  • Erin Lancaster says:
    A great article describing prompts one teacher uses to motivate her students to think about their beliefs about learning.
  • educationworld.com
    educationworld.com

    Writing Prompts

    3 minute read
    Erin Lancaster says:
    This easy to follow guide for creating writing prompts that spark your students' imagination and creativity can be used to plan prompts that will really get your students thinking critically!
  • Erin Lancaster says:
    You can use this protocol to practice higher level discussion of prompts among your peers, and can apply the protocol to student discussions as well.
  • Erin Lancaster says:
    An excellent resource to support reflective thinking among your students. This contains a great explanation of what reflective thinking is, what it looks like with students, and ideas for how to promt reflection among middle school students.
  • Erin Lancaster says:
    In this video David Stork presents a talk that challenges listeners to "think the unthinkable" by shifting away from answer-seeking to focus instead on posing good questions. This idea can be used in the classroom by allowing students to generate their own questions, as opposed to limiting their curiosity through answer-seeking questions.
  • nsrfharmony.org
    nsrfharmony.org

    Provocative Prompts for Equity

    5 minute read
    Erin Lancaster says:
    A series of prompts for discussing "What does it really mean to do equity work?" with five activities that can be applied to student discussions.
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