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(16 customer reviews)

Presenter: Dr. Joyce Juntune, Texas A&M University
T-TESS Domain: Planning 1.2, Planning 1.4, Instruction 2.2, Instruction 2.3, Instruction 2.5
Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary 
Hours: 1

It’s one thing to know that a tiger is called a tiger, but have you ever stopped to wonder who gave it that name? Joyce Juntune, Ph.D., is an expert in showing students the art of wondering and asking questions that satisfy and ignite their curiosity.

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Creative thinkers are in short supply. The good news is that you can grow creative thinking skills in your students by teaching them to use inquiry and creative questions to make fascinating connections between apparently unrelated elements in their world.

In this 1-hour course, Joyce Juntune, Ph.D., will teach you to:

  • Engage students’ curiosity with “I wonder …” questions
  • Use multiple senses to unlock the brain
  • Increase opportunities for students to master concepts

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16 reviews for Questioning for Higher Order Thinking – Inquiry-Curiosity Questions

  1. Emily – LOS FRESNOS CISD (verified owner)

    Great information to help teachers create questions for learners.

  2. Emily – LOS FRESNOS CISD (verified owner)

    Great information to help teachers create questions for learners.

  3. Sulinda – BEAUMONT ISD (verified owner)

    I was interested in the speaker throughout the presentation. Well done!!

  4. Sulinda – BEAUMONT ISD (verified owner)

    I was interested in the speaker throughout the presentation. Well done!!

  5. María – EDINBURG CISD (verified owner)

    By learning about inquiry questions we become better presenters, we catch the attention of those who have still in them bits and pieces of imagination. This course helps us to distinguish between learning abstract concepts and concepts we internalize to make them ours. The latter concepts mentioned are the ones that make learning interesting and make our lessons last for a long time in our students memories.

  6. María – EDINBURG CISD (verified owner)

    By learning about inquiry questions we become better presenters, we catch the attention of those who have still in them bits and pieces of imagination. This course helps us to distinguish between learning abstract concepts and concepts we internalize to make them ours. The latter concepts mentioned are the ones that make learning interesting and make our lessons last for a long time in our students memories.

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