CTL Workshop: Developing Student Critical Thinking Through Higher-Order Questioning

CTL Workshop: Developing Student Critical Thinking Through Higher-Order Questioning

Research has shown that Higher-Order Questions (HOQs) require advanced cognitive demand and help students develop critical thinking skills. Higher-Order Questions (HOQs) are questions students cannot answer with a yes or no response or provide information quoted from a textbook. Instructors can use HOQs to help students build critical thinking skills. This session explores creating higher-order questions for students using AAC&U's Critical Thinking Rubric as an integral component. Session materials will help you develop a set of content-specific questions to use with your students to help them build questioning patterns that lead to thinking critically. 

This workshop will be hosted virtually on June 1, at 12 noon. Registrants will be sent the link to attend on the morning of the workshop.

Register for Developing Student Critical Thinking Through Higher-Order Questioning!

Updated: 2022-05-10
Wed,
Jun
1,
2022
  
12:00 
P.M.
 - 
1:00
P.M.
Center for Teaching and Learning
ctl@gcsu.edu
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Center for Teaching & Learning