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Big Questions for Young Minds: Extending Children's Thinking: extending children's thinking

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Questions are powerful tools, especially in the classroom. Asking rich, thoughtful questions can spark young children's natural curiosity and illuminate a whole new world of possibility and insight. But what are "big" questions, and how do they encourage children to think deeply? With this intentional approach-rooted in Bloom's Taxonomy-teachers working with children ages 3 through 6 will discover how to meet children at their individual developmental levels and stretch their thinking. Featuring contributions from respected names in the field, this book - Offers a foundation for using high-level questions in preschool and kindergarten interest areas - Provides tips for getting started and examples of questions at each of the six levels of questioning - Explores the use of high-level questions during daily classroom routines and in a variety of contexts - Recommends picture books that support the use of high-level questions - Includes an extensive resource section for teachers and families With the guidance in this book as a cornerstone in your day-to-day teaching practices, learn how to be more intentional in your teaching, scaffold children's learning, and promote deeper understanding.
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Last Grouping Update2021-07-28 12:44:17PM
Last Indexed2021-08-03 05:14:32AM
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