What are some of the most common types of questions? What are the categories of questions? This led to many dozens of answers.
The Question Formulation Technique (QFT) is a process for collaboratively brainstorming and improving questions for inquiry learning.
The purpose of curriculum is to provide a mutual language to organize and communicate knowledge–and students inherit its implications.
The ability to ask the right question at the right time is a powerful indicator of authentic understanding.
The 5 inquiry modes itemize the purpose of learning in different domains and identifies the effect of inquiry on student ownership.
Curiosity is a powerful catalyst for learning and using inquiry-based learning can leverage potential. Here are 6 strategies for your classroom.
When introducing students to new content, the right questions and language can help disarm uncertainty and encourage students to develop a growth mindset.
Mediocre teaching loiters around the lower levels of Bloom’s taxonomy. A culture of ongoing inquiry can change that.
Ambition precedes curiosity. Without wanting to change or grow, curiosity is simply a momentary neurological reaction to stimuli.
The shift from being asked for answers to being asked for questions can be powerful in building a powerful learning environment.
When researching online, what’s easiest to find may not necessarily be accurate or represent a full understanding.
Drew Perkins talks with Megan Gafford, adjunct professor at the University of Colorado Denver, about how she engages teaching, writing, and art through inquiry and curiosity on some of the most controversial topics.
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