Questioning is a skill that is critical to learning. Approximately 15% of classroom time is devoted to about 350 questions asked per day. However, very few are planned questions and as a result, are often low level, mundane questions. In fact, when analysed, only around 20% of questions actually require any thinking from learners.
In this program, participants will learn how to:
1. Recognise the role of Effective questioning in classrooms
2. Identify the essential components of good questions
3. Classify questions basis of the Bloom's taxonomy
4. Transition from Lower order to Higher order thinking while questioning students
Principal, Pawar Public School, Kandivali
Dr. Pramila Kudva is a PhD in Education from Mumbai University. She has taught both at school and at the B.Ed level. She has been working as a principal of a reputed ICSE school in North Mumbai. She has also worked at the senior managerial level and developed modules for the internet.
She has conducted workshops on several topics of academic interest both for students and teachers. She has several academic publications to her credit and has recently authored a book “From Chalk to Talk The Art of Teaching”.