Pushing Boundaries: Renewing our Mission by Elizabeth Fisher

[source: ASCD EDge, published: 03/22/2017]

Learning vs. Doing School by Garreth Heidt

[source: Only Connect Education and Design: Thinking, Doing, Being, published: 03/16/2017]

Reflecting on Question Week 2017

My colleagues and I at The Right Question Institute are energized and inspired by the great work of educators who are using the Question Formulation Technique (QFT) all around the world to stimulate student curiosity, to promote deeper learning, and to help students build a democratic habit of mind by asking questions. Question Week, which began on Sunday, March […]

Register Today For Two Exciting Seminars in Los Angeles this May

Join Luz Santana, co-founder and co-director of the Right Question Institute and co-creator of the Question Formulation Technique, in Los Angeles, California on May 4th & May 5th. Work closely with Luz as she leads two unique seminars on simple strategies for building effective school-family partnerships and for teaching students how to ask their own […]

Beginning to Close History Fair with the Question Formulation Technique by Jake Little

[source: Make No Small Plans, published: 02/28/2017]

Inquiring Minds Want to Know… by Nicholas Amaral

[source: Ed Tech Foray, published: 03/08/2017]

It’s March – Time to Talk Girl Talk by Connie Williams

[source: Knowledge Quest: Journal of the American Association of School Librarians, published: 03/03/2017]

Create a Question Formulation Technique Lesson Plan With This Online Tool

Use this free planning resource to get started right away or improve a lesson plan you already have by Chris Orchard Educators who are thinking about using the Question Formulation Technique, known as the QFT, often have two competing thoughts. (If you’re not familiar with the QFT, check out this brief description in ASCD’s Educational […]

Build Media Literacy Skills with the Question Formulation Technique

In an era of fake news, “fish gape,” Instagram selfies, and political Tweets, students need tools to navigate and analyze our media landscape. By learning to ask their own questions about media, and by using questions to engage in rigorous analysis, students can strengthen their ability to think critically about the media-saturated world around them. […]

Mindset, QFT, Active Learning by Deb Baker

[source: The Nocturnal Librarian, published: 02/28/2017]