Questioning is one of the core aspects of teaching. Often talked about, much debated and sometimes taken for granted, we take the chance to talk to Sarah Donarski about her recent work around how to best approach questioning in the classroom.
Both Paul and Will do their best to keep up with the intellectual level that Sarah brings to the table, with a combination of practical tips, common pitfalls and philosophical musings all provided.
This week sees us talk about what got us into teaching in the first place, as well as offer thoughts on whether it has been all we expected it to be. We also talk about what has inspired us over the course of the past year, as well as the ways in which we have learned from those around us.
How we look to set a tone in the classroom and help our students develop in the best way possible has undoubtedly changed since either of us started teaching, and this episode gives us a chance to talk about what this now looks like.