#ThinkingClassroom Question Prompts Graphic

In August Kristen Huang mentioned on Twitter that it would be useful to have a phone-friendly graphic of the 10 Things to Say in Response to a Proximity or Stop-Thinking Question from Peter Liljedahl‘s Building Thinking Classrooms book.

I thought that sounded like a cool idea. So this week I got busy in Google Drawings and created a graphic that could be saved as a lock-screen image to a cell phone. Might be handy as teachers are circulating to various groups at the boards to remind themselves of ways they can answer these question types with a question in return.

You can download the original graphic here.

Also, did you know that Peter has published a follow-up supplementary book?
Modifying Your Thinking Classroom for Different Settings; A Supplement to Building Thinking Classrooms in Mathematics

Modifying Your Thinking Classroom for Different Settings

Have you read it yet?

Are there other lock-screen graphics that would be useful? Let me know in the comments below.

– Laura Wheeler (Teacher @ Ridgemont High School, OCDSB; Ottawa, ON)

1 thought on “#ThinkingClassroom Question Prompts Graphic

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