Posing Purposeful Questions to Assess and Advance Student Learning

In This Webinar

Explore a key part of effective teaching—crafting purposeful questions that help you not only understand what students are thinking but also propel their learning to new heights. In this prerecorded webinar, Dr. Gladis Kersaint explores how the strategic use of purposeful questions supports students and educators and fosters an environment of dynamic mathematics learning. Learn an array of question types and discuss strategies for posing questions to maximize their effectiveness. Don't miss your chance to refine your questioning techniques, enrich your instructional approach, and maximize the academic journey for both you and your students.

About Our Mathematics Education Experts

Dr. Gladis Kersaint

Dr. Kersaint is a professor of mathematics education and vice provost for strategic initiatives at the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut and is a respected scholar in mathematics education. She has served on the boards of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. Her work is driven by the belief that all students deserve equitable access and opportunities to learn mathematics.

i-Ready Classroom Mathematics

i-Ready Classroom Mathematics is a comprehensive mathematics curriculum that increases student engagement and keeps instruction manageable, so you get powerful results for your classroom.