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Divergent questions are questions that are intended to evoke thought. Not necessarily to obtain a correct answer. Encourages dialog.
Questions that have a single correct answer.
Questions that build upon the one before creating a sequence and or building up to an event or idea. They establish a basis of the idea and build up to a larger idea or subject. Easy to hard. General to specific.
challenges students and teachers to use good questions as a way to open conversations and further intellectual inquiry
Probing questions are used to elicit more information or detail thus gaining clarification to ensure that the student has the whole story and that they understand the topic thoroughly.
The way a question is worded. The question should be worded to elicit a correct response. How something is put together.
the teacher's responding to students' answering of questions
Essential questions can also help teachers organize course content and direct their instructional choices about what to include and what to omit. Developing "essential questions" that direct your choices in content and processes are also an important component of quality teaching and learning.
Questions that ask for new information after a response that is partially correct to push the learner to a more complex level of understanding.
Length of time a teacher pauses, after either asking a question or hearing a student's comment, before saying something.
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