Loving the questions

Hey all … many of you are considering how a classroom culture that gives high (if not, highest) priority to questions might be co-constructed (with students). So, I thought this post would serve as an invitation to post practices, strategies, activities, elements, etc. all having the intent to place questions and questioning (of students) at the center of student learning. One example: a question box (where students would drop a piece of paper with her/his question). No doubt, there’s a bunch more possibilities. And … check out Ashley’s post in the LLED page … wicked good questions, Ashley!


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