Bloom's Taxonomy - Enhancing Student Thinking and Questioning Ability
"If you do not know how to ask the right question, you discover nothing" (W. Edwards Deming). In an educational therapy session where learning and progress rely greatly on the discourse that happens between educational therapist and student, quality questions become the driver that leads to new knowledge and skills. Exploring the new Bloom's Taxonomy and how its components directly relate to the techniques used in an NILD Educational Therapy Session can enhance your ability to be prepared with appropriate questions and feedback. We will discuss the power of questions asked as well as how to help your students learn to ask more questions of their own.
About Your Instructor:
Dr. Kathy Keafer, PCET
Dr. Kathy Keafer is an educational consultant and former administrator for Johnstown Christian School, serving in that position since 2008. Kathy was also the Director of Johnstown Christian School’s Discovery Center for 17 years. Kathy is an adjunct professor for Liberty University and Regent University, holds licensure in Pennsylvania in Speech Pathology and Special Education and served as NILD’s Director of Research & Curriculum from 2002 to 2008.
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