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||Originally produced by Education Services Australia in 2006.
||1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 3 minutes)
'Asking Open Questions (Interview)' is part of a series of films from Education Services Australia. Assessment for Learning: Strategic Questioning explores the link between questioning and assessment for learning. It contains video clips of interviews with teachers about their use of questioning, and classroom footage showing teachers implementing aspects of strategic questioning. Assessment for Learning: Strategic Questioning focuses on ten key aspects of the formative use of questioning in the classroom: Preparing Key Questions Asking Closed Questions Asking Open Questions Prompting students to further response Wait or thinking time Hands down Responding positively to students Building on 'wrong' answers Distributing questions around the class Encouraging students to ask questions. Video footage shows teachers in primary and secondary classrooms implementing and talking about these key aspects.