Led by Joan Fei and Chris Resch
Description: On average, teachers ask 400 questions per day; or roughly 70,000 questions per year. What are all these questions for? In what ways do these questions cultivate curiosity, foster dialogue, and build your students’ science identities? There is no doubt that questions are at the heart of our profession. But how can we most effectively use questions to meet these goals? Socratic dialogue is a way of both intentionally and spontaneously curating a student’s path to understanding – by reflecting and expanding on students’ own questions.
In this workshop we will explore the several types of Socratic questions and how to build on these in a hybrid teaching context. We will talk through sample student-teacher questioning transcripts, take time to work with participant launch phenomena, and target and tackle specific challenges to questioning. Join us for a workshop that will help you refine your Socratic questioning skills to inspire and co-generate thinking with your students!
March 13, 9am-12:00pm EDT via Zoom
$24.99 (Limited # of tickets!)
STEMteachersNYC delivers professional development workshops for teachers, but teachers, about teaching, since 2011. All workshops over 2hrs offer CTLE. CUNY Pre-service teachers may attend for free; Brooklyn College Pre-service teachers receive Field Site hours. Please reach out if your school requires an invoice. We are an NYCDOE MTAC Vendor.
Current CUNY students with valid ID may attend for FREE! Please email [email protected] for your code to register.
Email questions to [email protected]. Note this workshop requires a minimum number of participants. In the event there are not enough participants, the workshop will be cancelled, and a refund will be issued.
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