|Name||Questioning Strategies that Lead to Deeper Learning in ESL, Part 1: A Systematic Process for Formulating Questions|
|Description||ESL Teachers use questions to check students’ understanding, but questions that go beyond simple comprehension help students apply newly learned content in ways that will lead to deeper learning. In this first online workshop, participants will describe how to use research-based principles for effective questioning strategies in teaching, based on the revision of Bloom’s Taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain and Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) model. Participants will be able to select and ask questions that elicit higher-order thinking, and follow a systematic process for formulating questions.
This is the first of two interactive online workshops. Part 2 is scheduled for Fri., May 28. It is strongly recommended that participants have completed Part 1 before taking Part 2. Separate registration is required for each workshop.
Primary intended audience: California adult literacy instructors for ESL
Facilitator: Kristi Reyes, CALPRO Facilitator and Non-Credit ESL Instructor, MiraCosta College
|Goals||Registration is required and is on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no registration fee to participate; CALPRO professional development opportunities are available to all California Adult Education Program (CAEP) agencies, employees, and consortia members. This webinar will be held on Zoom. The exact location and access instructions will be emailed to all registrants within 3 days prior to the session.|
|Contact||CALPRO 2151 River Plaza Drive, Suite 320 Sacramento, CA 95833 Phone: 916-286-8816 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org|