Facilitator's Book of Questions:
Resources for Looking Together at Student and Teacher Work
by Gene Thompson-Grove
Teachers College Press, 2003
Available Late Winter 2004
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Foreword by Gene Thompson-Grove
Chapter 1: What Are Protocols and How Do They Work?
Chapter 2: How Are Protocols Different from Other Kinds Of Professional
Chapter 3: What Do Facilitators Do?
The Big Picture
Chapter 4: What Do Facilitators Do in a Protocol?
Chapter 5: What Kinds of Questions Get Asked in a Protocol?
Chapter 6: What Happens Before and After Protocols?
Chapter 7: How Do Facilitators Choose, Adapt, and Create Protocols?
Chapter 8: What Are the Challenges of Facilitating a Protocol?
Chapter 9: How Do Facilitators Get Better?
Appendix A: Additional Resources
Appendix B: Activities
About the Authors
Reprinted by permission of the publisher from Allen,
D. & Blythe, T., THE FACILITATOR'S BOOK OF QUESTIONS: TOOLS FOR
LOOKING TOGETHER AT STUDENT AND TEACHER WORK, (New York: Teachers College
Press, © 2004 by Teachers College, Columbia University. All rights
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