4Si: Responding to Learners
"Good feedback gives students information they need so they can understanding where they are in their learning and what to do next- the cognitive factor. Once they feel they understanding what to do and why, most students develop a feeling that they have control over their own learning- the motivational factor." (Brookhart 2).
Improving Comprehension with Think-Aloud Strategies
Jeffrey D. Wilhem
Let students see the path to learning.
Even teachers do not go from Point A to Point B with no stopping for thought and processing.
Make the learning visible
Help students see "into" your brain and your thinking process.
Responding to Learners Presenter Materials
Capacity Building Monograph: Asking Effective Questions
Make Room for Students To Pose and Pursue Questions (Literacy Gains ALERT)