deeply and ask their own good questions. This lies at the heart of empowerment. Effective questions According to Irene Leonard, asking effective questions is the easiest way to get the right answers. It seems simple but is a point that is often overlooked. Effective questions, she says, are powerful and thought provoking, without being too ...
Asking Questions: Techniques for Semistructured Interviews In an interview, what you already know is as important as what you want to know. What you want to know determines which questions you will ask. What you already know will de-termine how you ask them. Thanks to past jobs as a journalist and as an anthropological researcher, I’ve had train-
Notes from Asking Good Questions Activity (Navigator Training 7/30/13) These notes were submitted by presenter, Sandy Goodman, as follow up to the activity. The notes include the questions developed by table groups (and written on newsprint) as well as some comments and suggestions. Activity
The Art of Asking Questions What time is it? What do you think about this project? Can you support this decision? What can I do to help you? How would you deal with this problem? What’s your objective? How do you feel about this? The world is full of questions – good questions, silly questions, important questions, oﬀensive questions.
reach school-age they quit asking as many questions. I often wonder why. And, I wonder if our school system has something to do with why they stop asking so many questions. Is it because they are getting all of their questions answered before they have to ask them or is it because they
asking questions. I am sure that your parents can attest to the fact that you have been asking questions—some of them difﬁcult to answer— since your ﬁrst capacity to utter coherent sen-tences. Your questions have continued, as they should, and even your professors learn about you by asking you questions. It is about the
Good readers know that asking questions helps them understand the text a whole lot better. The strongest readers ask the most questions! Asking questions helps readers to focus on parts that are hard to understand, stay interested in their reading, and better understand what they read. Readers ask questions before, during, and after they read.
Asking good questions in the mathematics classroom1 Maria Terrell Cornell University I want to thank the organizers for inviting me to share a personal case study in introducing reform; reform in how I teach mathematics and what mathematics I teach. The context in this case study is calculusÑbut the process of change, experimentation,
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