Inclusive Questioning: progress and independence for all
Teachers use 300-400 questions a day, yet it can be an abstract pedagogy which is often neglected in training and planning.
nasen’s Ffion Robinson explains how you can use inclusive questioning to reduce feelings of anxiety, promote deeper learning and increase independence for ALL learners in your classroom, including pupils with Special Educational Needs and those working at Age Related Expectations.
This training session covers quick retrieval questioning, multiple choice questions and creating a safe questioning culture. Ffion then focuses on using Socratic questioning and metacognitive questioning to develop deeper understanding and independence in learners with SEN.
Your £10 purchase gives unlimited access to Ffion’s training session for your whole school
– Appreciate the challenges of quick retrieval questioning –
– Enable all learners to experience success with multiple choice questions –
– Create a safe, low-stakes, growth mindset, questioning culture in your classroom –
– Know how Cognitive Load Theory supports the need for extended think time for learners with SEN –
– Understand how Socratic questioning and metacognitive questioning can help develop deeper understanding and independence in learners with SEN –
Who is the session aimed at?
Educators, including teachers and Learning Support Assistants/TAs would find this session helpful for classroom practice. SENCOs would also find it helpful for capturing learner voice.
*One purchase gives access for your whole school*
All staff at your school can watch and rewatch the training session as often as you like.
About the Creator
Ffion Robinson / Education Officer, nasen
Ffion Robinson is an Education Officer with nasen who is passionate about Inclusion by Design and about nasen’s work. Ffion has a strong background in Education and SEN, having worked as teacher, SENCO, Inclusion Manager and Mental Health Lead in primary and secondary settings. She understands first-hand the challenges facing educators working in today’s SEND landscape. Over the past decade, Ffion has dedicated herself to offering CPDL for teachers and LSAs to improve practitioner confidence and subsequently ensure good practice around learners with SEND.
nasen is the National Association for Special Educational Needs – a charitable membership organisation that exists to support and champion those working with, and for, children and young people with SEND and learning differences. Find out more about nasen
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