A Pedagogy of Questioning (APOQ).
Providing a practical pedagogy of questioning for K-12 teachers.
Questioning is the key to higher order thinking and increasing student engagement. Teachers need a better understanding of how to plan and ask a good, scaffolded sequence of questions and how to engage all students in the conversation.
“I cannot do your thinking-work for you and make you an independent learner.”
— Dr. Lee Hannel, FOUNDER (1941-2011)
Number of questions asked by the average teacher per year.
Teachers who feel they have received adequate training in questioning strategies.
Time is takes for teachers to learn the basic APOQ approach.
The APOQ workshop is a 1/2 day onsite training that gives K12 teachers practical strategies to engage all students and plan and ask questions that scaffold and develop strong cognitive skills. It is based on the book, "A Pedagogy of Questioning" by G. Ivan Hannel, Esq.
The APOQ workshop has been given since 1995 when it was called "Highly Effective Questioning." APOQ was developed by psychologists Drs. Lee & Maria Hannel. The APOQ workshop has been given in all 50 states and internationally. G. Ivan Hannel, Esq. continues the work of his parents in spreading a coherent pedagogy of questioning for all K-12 teachers and is also a trial lawyer in Phoenix, Arizona.