Featuring more than 50 new questions and a new chapter on Financial Literacy, Good Questions: Great Ways to Differentiate Mathematics Instruction is back with a 4th edition designed for every K-8 educator. With structured guidance for each level, Marian Small builds teacher capacity by focusing on two proven and powerful strategies: Open Questions and Parallel Tasks. Each chapter focuses on a different standard. Within these chapters, Small builds a robust understanding of research-backed best practices, while providing a framework for teachers to create effective open questions and parallel tasks beyond the examples included within the book. Added guidance on Big Questions, Teaching Tips, and Variation suggestions are included, helping anxious and experienced educators alike to build and refine their own capacity as world-class math instructors.