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Strategies In Mathematics What Is Self Questioning? Self questioning is a learning strategy
which can guide a learner’s performance of
a task before, during, and after that task is
completed. Questions To Think About There are three basic steps in selfquestioning that may help you in order to
solve a math problem.
solve Planning What kind of math problem am I solving? Have I ever done this before? Is there more than one problem to solve in
this Monitoring Am I using the proper strategy to solve this
problem? (Addition, subtraction, etc.)
problem? Am I leaving out anything important in this
task? Am I making any mistakes? Evaluating How do I know that this answer is correct? Did I check my answer? Why should I feel that my answer is
correct? Self Questioning As A Regular Tool Self-questioning can be a beneficial strategy
for understanding proper formulas to use
when solving mathematical problems.The
more you practice, the more you’ll love it!
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- Winter '08