How to Ask High-Level Questions in Math – Part 2

In part two of this two-part video series, Erica Mason from the University of Missouri tackles some troubleshooting logistics of asking meaningful questions to support all students.

Explicit instruction is an evidence-based practice that any teacher can use in his or her own math class to engage learners and ensure that they are mastering the material.

A key component of explicit instruction is making sure to ask a variety of questions, both low level and high level.

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