I know some people say there are no stupid questions. I don’t really subscribe to that, I’ve heard some real doozies. But surround yourself with smart enough people to answer your stupid questions and you just might find out something interesting.
How do you know the right question to ask? Sometimes reaching the right answer means thinking more about the kind of questions you’re asking. It might sound simple, but focusing on what you’…
via Tom Barrett
This is an example of a SOLO Taxonomy Question Chain. A series of connected question that explores a subconcept.
Follow each row across and you will see each question using the language and verbs associated with the SOLO Taxonomy levels.
Thought Provocations: The Teacher as Provocateur
I used to ask my kids, “what was your favourite part of the day”, then I added “Who did you help today?” And as I mentioned in the post reflection: