The same questioning techniques used with students can help solve complex problems in education. Teachers and administrators should use questioning techniques for programming or evaluation of programs. The site uses guiding questions to check on programs.
A wikispace set of resources that offers a host of mini integration ideas to set the foundation for full questioning in the classroom. It goes by this quote "The people who change the world aren’t the people who ask the questions, but those who question the answers. - Ann Brown" It ties the different questioning techniques to brain research so you see Maslow and Tighe information reformatted to questioning making it an easy transition to teaching.
The Right Question works with high schools to empower students to start asking the questions rather than the teachers. They do so by providing a process to create questions. Keeping the questions simple has been the hardest part. The goal is to get students to think in questions rather than regurgitate facts.
An article on middle school reading that emphasizes questioning. It shows you starter questions and techniques for that age group. It also models techniques of communications with a cloze activity and shows how to set up a classroom that nurtures questioning.
A SlideShare that summarizes information about this questioning strategy. It lists different strategies to try and has a slide on what a questioning classroom feels like and looks like. Short and to the point, it serves as a refresher or good introduction to the questioning techniques for classroom success.
Research shows that one of the most important communications a teacher can do with preschoolers is to ask questions. The study follows two preschool teachers as they code their questions. They use the system to improve their questioning techniques.
This education journal created a toolkit for questions. It classified the questions by type and then gave samples. It shows that the technique of questioning was in depth in the 1990s. So if such high-level questioning techniques have been around so long, why do teachers have such problems implementing them into the classroom?