Facilitator's Book of Questions Tools for Looking Together at Student and Teacher Work

ISBN-10: 0807744689
ISBN-13: 9780807744680
Edition: 2004
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Book details

List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
Publication date: 3/19/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.40" tall
Weight: 0.726
Language: English

David Allen has been working in the computer field for over two decades. He has worked with international banks (Schwab, Credit Suisse, JPMorgan), technology companies, and government organizations. David is an expert in security, messaging, enterprise directories, and global-scale mission-critical systems architecture and deployment. David has been an Open Source advocate and speaker for several years. He has personally migrated over 25,000 users from Windows to Linux.

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Why a Book of Questions for Facilitators?
Why a Book of Questions for Facilitators of Protocols?
What Do We Mean by Student Work and Teacher Work?
Who Is This Book For?
How Is This Book Organized?
What Doesn't This Book Do?
How Might This Book Be Used?
What Are Protocols and How Do They Work?
What Is a Protocol?
The Purposes of a Protocol
The Anatomy of a Protocol
The Spirit of a Protocol
The Authority of a Protocol
Beyond the Protocol
How Are Protocols Different from Other Kinds of Professional Development?
What's So Special About Protocols?
What Does This Mean for the Facilitator's Role in a Protocol?
What Do Facilitators Do? The Big Picture
Facilitating Learning, Logistics, and Longevity
Facilitators' "Thinking Dispositions": Reading, Responding, and Reflecting
What Do Facilitators Do in a Protocol?
Getting a Protocol (and Each Individual Step of the Protocol) Started
Moving Through the Protocol
Debriefing the Protocol
An Example: Moves in the Context of a Protocol
Summing Up
What Kinds of Questions Get Asked in a Protocol?
Focusing Questions
Clarifying Questions
Probing Questions
What Happens Before and After Protocols?
Before the Meeting
After the Meeting
How Do Facilitators Choose, Adapt, and Create Protocols?
Choosing an Appropriate Protocol
Making Adjustments, Adapting Protocols, and Creating New Protocols
What Are the Challenges of Facilitating Protocols?
Time Is Running Out
The Group Is Too Big
Participants Have a Hard Time Sticking With the Protocol
Participants Rush to Evaluate or Judge the Work Being Presented
Participants Seem Reluctant to Offer Challenging Feedback
The Presenting Teacher's Presentation Wanders or Expands
The Presenting Teacher Uses Her Response Time for Something Other than Response
Participants Turn to Other Participants, or to the Facilitator, as an Expert on the Content
The Facilitator Is Uncertain Whether to Participate in the Content of the Conversation or Stick to Facilitating the Process
The Facilitator Feels a Bit Hesitant or Unsure of Her Skills
One or More Participants Deliberately Resist Participating in the Protocol
How Do Facilitators Get Better?
Observing and Emulating
Experimenting
Asking for Feedback
Reflecting
Documenting
Additional Resources
Activities
References
About the Authors

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