How do teachers ask questions to help deepen student learning?

This semester, I embarked on a course that changed my life and where I found my calling as an educator.

Course: T139 Investigating Learning and Teaching through Collaborative Examination of Student and Teacher Work (an impressively lengthy name )

My final project was unique. The task was do what you found most meaningful – of course, in the context of what I learn in class.

Here is how my partner, Emily, and I approached the project and the journey we took to answer the question “How do teachers ask questions to help deepen student learning?

And it’s through Google Slides!

Harvard Final Paper in Google Slides~

Sneak peek of our paper

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Nothing would have been possible without Tina Blythe, the dearest teacher I have at Harvard and who my friends knew how much I secretly worshipped her because she is so amazing!

and of course, sweetest Emily for saying yes to the idea of this Google(y) slides in the first place!

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