•  Instructional Rubric



    Questioning QuestioningQuestioning


    ·      Teacher questions are varied and high quality providing for some, but not all, question types:

    1.       knowledge and comprehension,

    2.       application and analysis, and

    3.       creation and evaluation.

    ·      Questions are usually purposeful and coherent.

    ·      A moderate frequency of questions asked.

    ·      Questions are sometimes sequenced with attention to the instructional goals.

    ·      Questions sometimes require active responses (e.g., whole class signaling, choral responses, or group and individual answers).

    ·      Wait time is sometimes provided.

    ·      The teacher calls on volunteers and non-volunteers, and a balance of students based on ability and sex.