Good Morning and welcome to Question 7 of our slow chat about creating strong questions.
If you missed our earlier questions, you can check them out here:
Balancing Unit Content with Critical Content Questions and DOK Questions in Assessments
Do you discuss higher order thinking questions with students so that they can develop their own?
How do you determine which level of DOK your assessment or student project fits?
Most Effective Questions and What Makes Them Effective
Increasing Difficult of Questions Within a Unit and Throughout the Year
How Do You Prepare Your Students to Answer Questions Collaboratively vs Independently?
@senger, @Susan_Shires and I would love to hear your thoughts about how you reflect on and evaluate the questions that you ask in class, on formative activities, and summative assessments.
Many of us can probably remember the daily and weekly reflections we had to complete during our time as student teachers, but do we realistically maintain this habit every day as full time teachers?
What routines do you have when it comes to reflecting and evaluating on the questions you ask.
As a middle school teacher, with some days without a lunch break or plan period, I find that I often jot short-hand notes down each day, but don’t really get time to process until the weekend or the end of a unit. Each summer, I make sure I look back at the notes I made for each unit and make the changes I thought were needed on Google Drive if I didn’t have the time during the school year.