A reflective question provides respondents with an opportunity to explore their
knowledge, experiences and ideas. Reflective questions are thought-provoking ...
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Examples of reflective questions. The types of questions your student might
usefully ask themselves will depend on at what stage they are reflecting.
The 40 Reflection Questions. Backward-Looking: 1. How much did you know
about the subject before we started? 2. What process did you go through to ...
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What is Thoughtful and Reflective Questioning? Thoughtful and ... Thoughtful
questions are designed to help teams reflect on their practice. Using carefully ...
Use these ten reflective questions at the end of class to help learners deepen
their understandings of themselves and their work. ... What is frustrating you?
Types and Examples of Reflective Questions to Support Embedded Intervention.
The Communication ... What is getting in your way? What can you do to help ...
Questions can help you to focus attention, elicit new ideas, encourage ... of
question you can use: open, probing, closed, reflective, leading, hypothetical,
and paraphrasing. ... Listener - 'And what is this "frustrated with myself"
In response to our questions, students who are inexperienced with reflection offer
... In the reflective classroom, teachers invite students to make meaning from ...
Reflective questioning is a technique in which the mentor asks questions
designed to encourage the ... Asking reflective questions allows the mentor to:.
Reflection is important in communication - an extension of listening and a key ...
Reflecting does not involve you asking questions, introducing a new topic or
leading ... Reflecting meaning allows the listener to reflect the speaker's