Pocket Guide to Probing Questions
Criteria, construction tips and examples of probing questions. If you have been trained by NSRF® as a Critical Friends Group® Coach, consider purchasing a coaches membership for access to more Probing Questions assistance. National School Reform Faculty™.
Guidelines for Learning from Student Work
How to stay focused on the evidence and listen to muliple perspectives.
How to get ready for a student work protocol. Includes selecting a project, collecting contextual materials, and picking a focusing question.
Collecting Student Work
Examples of collecting and preparing student work.
Tips for facilitating a protocol discussion.
Varieties of Questions in Protocols: An Overview
Explore with examples the different types of questions used in protocols: inquiry, focusing, clarifying, and probing questions.
Inquiry Questions: The "Choosing a Question" Protocol
Criteria for developing questions to work on through LSW.
The kinds of questions a presenter uses to focus the protocol discussion.
Questions for Reflecting on Protocols
A list of questions that groups can use to reflect on their experience.