On 4/14/14, Bryan wrote:
> On 4/14/14, Kaitlin wrote:
>> On 4/14/14, Bryan wrote:
>>> I recently ran a learning walk focusing on looking for
>>> higher order questioning. The classrooms I observed were
>>> all recall questioning. After sharing the data and
>>> developing a plan, do you think it is appropriate to go
>>> into the same classrooms with the same problem of practice,
>>> or should it continue to be a whole school focus?
>> The learning walk should be used as a tool to improve the
>> whole school, so therefore I would suggest rotating the
>> schedule. Did you use data to create the problem of practice?
> Yes, we utilized our NEASC report and decided to focus on
> higher order questioning. Another thing that I utilized was the
> HESS/DOK chart as opposed to Blooms.
Is there a way to check that the strategies are being utilized in
the classrooms? Looking for nonevaluative.
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