How to Ask the Right Questions in Math – Part 1

In this first video of a two-part series, Erica Mason from the University of Missouri walks us through the different types of questions and why both are so critical to ensuring that all students are learning.

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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