Wiley Faculty Network
20 months ago
A key component of teaching is asking good questions. Good questions can lead students to discover key concepts and can motivate them to study the material. Good questions can highlight for students what you value and can assess how well students have learned. In this Archived Guest Lecture, presenters Allan Rossman and Beth Chance share examples of the questions that they ask of introductory statistics students in class, on assignments, and on exams. They also discuss what characteristics make a question good.
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