It’s no secret that language matters when it comes to students’ thinking, motivation and achievement. New research encourages teachers around the world to evaluate the power of their words in the classroom. ‘
Carol Dweck and Peter Johnston are among the vast sea of authors who have helped teachers heighten their awareness towards the language of learning – changing the way educators use questioning and feedback to motivate students.
Lisa Chesser, contributing author for Teach Thought, publishes an insightful article to help teachers deepen their inquiries through purposeful questioning. Read ‘50 Questions to Help Students Think About What They Think‘ to enrich thinking in your classroom, and get kids talking about what truly matters in learning.
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