Designing Questions That Drive Real Learning

Rae Pica with Andrew Miller, Sara Armstrong, Suzie Boss, Anthony Cody

Increasing numbers of educators are moving away from emphasizing content and toward provocative questions that promote higher-order thinking. What is the best way to design and present these questions? How can teachers align these questions to promote real learning and meet required standards?

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December 24, 2013
Episode Guests
Andrew Miller is an educational consultant who authored the Edutopia piece, How to Write Effective Driving Questions for Project-Based Learning. Sara Armstrong, Ph.D., is in her 40th year in education. She’s been a classroom teacher, principal, and curriculum developer. Suzie Boss is an education writer and consultant focusing on project-based learning and innovation. Anthony Cody worked in the high-poverty schools in Oakland for 24 years, 18 of them as a middle school science teacher and writes the popular Education Week blog, Living in Dialogue.
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