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October 24, 2023

Engage Students with Questions Using Bloom’s Taxonomy

Education is all about asking and answering questions to learn and grow, which is all the more reason to determine the effectiveness, engagement, and quality of questioning techniques and strategies. With this resource in hand, you can use examples from Bloom’s Taxonomy to develop question stems that align with various levels of cognitive complexity, and explore specific questioning formats to enhance and improve questioning in the classroom.

Download this resource to keep on hand as you plan how to engage students in lessons and check for understanding.

Ready to enhance your questioning practices to promote critical thinking and meaningful learning? Course 5503: Any Questions? Strategies that Work! provides strategies and techniques for questioning, and application ideas to engage students in questioning. Get ready to take your questioning practices to the next level!

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