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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Questioning Techniques

Residents-as-Teachers Conference
What's in a Question?
(Questioning Techniques in
Teaching)
Goals:
1. Describe different levels of
questions (i.e. Bloom's taxonomy).
2. Identify types of questions in
clinical situations (e.g. work
rounds).
3. Practice developing different types
of questions.
A good question is never answered.
It is not a bolt to be tightened into
place.
But a seed to be planted and to bear
more seed.
Toward the hope of greening the
landscape of ideas.
John Ciardi, 1972
Open-ended (What? How?)
vs.
Closed-ended (Do? Can?)
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(Count!!! One one-thousand, two....)
Residents-As-Teachers Conferences
Title: What's in a Question? (Questioning techniques in teaching)
Goals: Residents should be able to:
1. Describe different levels of questions (i.e. Bloom's taxonomy).
2. Identify types of questions in clinical situations (e.g. work rounds).
3. Practice developing different types of questions.
Format:
Icebreaker: How many questions in a day? 5 mins.
Mini-lecture: Purpose/goals of questions
Blooms' taxonomy 10 mins.
Question examples
Videotape review of nurse/student discussion 10 mins.
Question writing practice 10 mins.
Videotape review of work rounds 10 mins.
?Role playing- one-on-one discussion
?Tips for responding to questions (brainstorm)
Questions-and-answers 5 mins.
Materials:
-overheads (goals, *Bloom's, open- vs closed-ended, question examples,
Ciardi quote)
-handouts (*above)
-articles (Christensen, Hunkins=extra)
-flipchart, markers
-3 x 5 cards (Bloom's levels with examples)
-videos (Maine Ambulatory Care Coalition-Questioning techniques;
Stanford Resident Teaching-Evaluation II)
f:wpdata/resteach/question.wkp
Bloom's Taxonomy of Questions
EVALUATION
For what reason would you
favor...?
Do you agree or disagree with
this
statement?
SYNTHESIS
What would be your treatment
approach?
What would you do if...?
ANALYSIS
What are the strengths and
weaknesses of...?
How is ..... related to...?
APPLICATION
What would happen if...?
COMPREHENSION
Explain the....
What can you conclude....?
KNOWLEDGE
What are the three causes
of...?
Bloom's Taxonomy of Questions
EVALUATION
For what reason would you
favor...?
Do you agree or disagree with
this
statement?
SYNTHESIS
What would be your treatment
approach?
What would you do if...?
ANALYSIS
What are the strengths and
weaknesses of...?
How is ..... related to...?
APPLICATION
What would happen if...?
COMPREHENSION
Explain the....
What can you conclude....?
KNOWLEDGE
What are the three causes
of...?
Bloom's Taxonomy of Questions
EVALUATION
For what reason would you
favor...?
Do you agree or disagree with
this
statement?
SYNTHESIS
What would be your treatment
approach?
What would you do if...?
ANALYSIS
What are the strengths and
weaknesses of...?
How is ..... related to...?
APPLICATION
What would happen if...?
COMPREHENSION
Explain the....
What can you conclude....?
KNOWLEDGE
What are the three causes
of...?
Bloom's Taxonomy of Questions
EVALUATION
For what reason would you
favor...?
Do you agree or disagree with
this
statement?
SYNTHESIS
What would be your treatment
approach?
What would you do if...?
ANALYSIS
What are the strengths and
weaknesses of...?
How is ..... related to...?
APPLICATION
What would happen if...?
COMPREHENSION
Explain the....
What can you conclude....?
KNOWLEDGE
What are the three causes
of...?
Tell me, and I'll listen.
Show me, and I'll
understand.
Involve me, and I'll
learn.
Lakota Indian saying

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