This book inspires middle school teachers to develop open-ended questioning techniques.
“Good questions”—or open-ended questions—promote students’ mathematical thinking, understanding, and proficiency. By asking careful, purposeful questions, teachers create dynamic learning environments, help students make sense of math, and unravel misconceptions. This valuable book, which builds on Peter Sullivan and Pat Lilburn’s Good Questions for Math Teaching: Why Ask Them and What to Ask, K–6, includes a wide variety of good questions for classroom use and offers teachers tips on how to create open-ended questions of their own.
This book is part of the Good Questions, Complete Series.
by Lainie Schuster and Nancy Canavan Anderson