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I seem to write a lot about questions. The more I look into them, the more I see the massive potential they have to revolutionize the way we teach and the way students learn.
In preparing to share some ideas on questions at our faculty meeting, I came across an article about questions. The article reflected on the results of a study in which they found that mothers are the people in the world who are asked the most questions each day. And that the most inquisitive of question askers are four year old girls, who seek answers to an incredible 390 questions per day – averaging a question every 1 minute 56 seconds of their waking day.
I began the meeting by sharing the five most difficult questions kids ask – an interesting mix of curiosities (check out the presentation to see them).
All this was to lead into…
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