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Friday, March 3 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Inquiry and Discussion: Increasing Student Engagement and Achievement with Technology and Literacy

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Tired of facing students’ blank stares? Teacher-centered discussions getting stale? Using effective questioning and critical thinking techniques with carefully selected technology creates lively discussions and, as a result, positively impacts students’ learning. These strategies encourage independence and discovery that even your most reluctant and quietest students will love. We include key ideas inspired by Right Question Institute (Question Formulation Technique, QFT), Stephen Brookfield (author of ‘Teaching for Critical Thinking’) and Susan Cain (author of ‘Quiet’).

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Mary Contois

District 155
Mary Contois is a Tech Integration Specialist with a background in Technology and psychology. Anita Theodore is an English Teacher turned reading specialist/Literacy coach. We both work at Crystal Lake South High School. Our focus is ensuring that the technology tools fit the literacy needs and goals in the classroom. We call ourselves Litology to emphasize our philosophy and the blending of two worlds.


Friday March 3, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Broadway B

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