$20.00

Presenter: Todd Stanley, OAGC
Core Area: ODE Teacher Competency a, b, c, g; Curricular Content Knowledge 3.2, 3.3; Instructional Planning and Strategies 5.1; OAGC HOTS
Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
Hours: 1

Do you ask high-level questions or hard questions in your classroom? How can you tell the difference? Join Todd Stanley, veteran classroom teacher and current gifted coordinator for Pickerington Local Schools in Ohio to learn how to conduct a classroom audit of your questioning practices and take steps to increase the level of rigor through the questions used to prompt student thinking. In this 1-hour course you’ll explore the differences between questioning levels, how to modify low-level questions, and learn why asking high level questions is important for increasing rigor in your classroom.  

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Asking your students higher-level questions can transform the way they engage with learning and can increase rigor in your classroom. Join Todd Stanley, veteran classroom teacher and gifted coordinator for Pickerington Local Schools to learn how to conduct a classroom audit of your questioning practices and take steps to increase the level of rigor through the questions used to prompt student thinking.

In this 1-hour course you will discover:

  • How to identify the level of questions used in class discussions and assessments
  • How to conduct an audit of classroom questioning practices
  • How to modify low-level questions to become higher-level questions 
This course addresses the following standards:
ODE Competencies: a, b, c, g
NAGC Standards: 3.2, 3.3, 5.1

Click here for a leader’s guide created by the Ohio Association for the Gifted and Talented.

Todd Stanley is the author of 12 teacher education books including Project-Based Learning for Gifted Students: A Handbook for the 21st Century Classroom, and his latest When Smart Kids Underachieve in the Classroom: Practical Solutions for Teachers. He served as a classroom teacher for 18 years and is currently the gifted services coordinator for Pickerington Local Schools where he lives with his wife and two daughters. You can follow him on Twitter @the_gifted_guy.

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203 reviews for Raising Rigor Through Higher Level Questioning

  1. Rhonda – MIDLOTHIAN ISD (verified owner)

    This course had some really good examples.

  2. Cassidy – HARMONY SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE – HOUSTON NORTH DISTRICT (verified owner)

    Very good presenter. Really encouraged me to add more rigorous questioning to my teaching practice.

  3. Michelle – HARMONY SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE – HOUSTON NORTH DISTRICT (verified owner)

    This course was helpful in creating higher level questions in the classroom. I can apply strategies immediately in the classroom.

  4. Bhairavi – HARMONY SCIENCE ACADEMY & SCHOOL OF SCIENCE – HOUSTON SOUTH 101846 OR 101862 (verified owner)

    I need more training on creating HLQs.

  5. Protima – HARMONY SCIENCE ACADEMY & SCHOOL OF SCIENCE – HOUSTON SOUTH 101846 OR 101862 (verified owner)

    I got a lot from the category of questioning. It helped to know what verbs to use to stimu.late different levels of questioning

  6. Laura – WORTHINGTON CITY (verified owner)

    Helpful in generating a variety of questions and techniques.

  7. Melonie – MIDLOTHIAN ISD (verified owner)

    It was really good.

  8. Allison – Prince George County Public Schools (verified owner)

    I think as teachers we are taught this initially, but it is good to have a reminder!

  9. Melinda – SCHERTZ-CIBOLO-U CITY ISD (verified owner)

    Great Course!

  10. Mary – Prince George County Public Schools (verified owner)

    Useful tools for the classroom

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