The school’s results were impressive: in a community where every single child spoke English as a second language, pupils were giving long, complex and articulate answers to the questions they were asked in class, and showed a parallel improvement in their written work.
What are these techniques? You can see an example in the video below:
Active Questioning has a lot of the ingredients of really effective CPD: it’s specific, it’s practical, it’s relevant to all teachers and teaching assistants, and it can make an immediate difference in the classroom. If you’d like to find out more, see the pages for Active Questioning Plus and Active Questioning in our catalogue.
Active Questioning is going to be coming to nimbl soon as well, so watch this space.