Event Title

Code RED: Using Strategic Questions as Codes to Track and Assess Learners’ Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions

Presenter Information

Lynn Baynum PhD

Document Type

Presentation

Published In/Presented At

Baynum, L. (2019, April). Code RED: Using Strategic Questions as Codes to Track and Assess Learners’ Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions. Presentation Presented at: Department of Education Innovations in Education Annual Symposium 2019, Lehigh Valley Hospital Allentown, PA.

Event Website

https://scholarlyworks.lvhn.org/innovations_in_education/2019/

Start Date

17-4-2019 2:00 PM

End Date

17-4-2019 3:00 PM

Description

Objectives:

1. Identify three types of questions and examples that can be used during instruction to rehearse learners’ content knowledge and critical thinking based on the cycle of engagement.

2. Describe how evaluating learner confidence can increase competence through the utilization of metacognitive strategies for engagement.

3. Explain four factors that impact learning using an instructional template that allows learners to code their understanding and review how these factors impact learning outcomes

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Code RED: Using Strategic Questions as Codes to Track and Assess Learners’ Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions

Objectives:

1. Identify three types of questions and examples that can be used during instruction to rehearse learners’ content knowledge and critical thinking based on the cycle of engagement.

2. Describe how evaluating learner confidence can increase competence through the utilization of metacognitive strategies for engagement.

3. Explain four factors that impact learning using an instructional template that allows learners to code their understanding and review how these factors impact learning outcomes

https://scholarlyworks.lvhn.org/innovations_in_education/2019/Agenda/10