Join us for a Right Question Twitter QFTChat on Thursday, May 24 2018

The Right Question Institute invites you to join us for a Twitter chat (#QFTChat) on the evening of Thursday, May 24th (8pm ET).

In the spirit of the QFT, rather than following the traditional Twitter chat format, we will pose several statements throughout the hour about different aspects of QFT design and facilitation.

We will first invite all chat participants to pose any questions they have about the statement we tweet, and then participants can share their additional thoughts, comments, or questions. Use #QFTChat to view other participants’ questions, build off of them, or even answer them.

Some of the best lessons we have learned at the Right Question Institute have come from the field of educators who have identified common challenges in the classroom and developed innovative solutions so they can better teach all students to ask their own questions. We believe that this statement and question/answer format will crowdsource the wisdom of educators while also advancing a collaborative discussion.

We look forward to learning from you all on May 24th! Those new to Twitter and experienced alike are welcome. If you are new to Twitter chats peruse this page ahead of the conversation, and be sure to follow us on Twitter @RightQuestion.

Andrew Minigan (@AndrewRQI)

& John Sessler (@JB_Sessler)


Thursday, May 24, 2018
8pm ET/5pm PT
@RightQuestion hosts: @AndrewRQI & @JB_Sessler

8:00pmWelcome! Introduce yourself and share a book you’ve recently read or are excited to dig into this summer. Join the chat by following #QFTChat, @RightQuestion, @AndrewRQI, & @JB_Sessler. #QFTChat

8:01pm As a reminder, in the spirit of the QFT, rather than following the traditional Twitter chat format, we will pose several statements throughout the hour that identify different aspects of QFT design and facilitation. #QFTChat

8:01pm We first invite you to pose any questions you have about the statement we tweet, then you can share your additional thoughts, comments, or questions. Peruse #QFTChat to view other participants’ questions, build off of them, or even answer them.

8:05pm Over the course of the hour, we will pose 7 statements that identify different aspects of QFT design and facilitation. First, respond with a question (Q1), and then share additional insights, ideas, thoughts, or even lessons learned. #QFTChat

8:06pm 1: Students making best use of their questions as the lesson moves into next steps. #QFTChat

8:13pm 2: Adapting the QFT for different student populations, such as students with IEPs or English Language Learners. #QFTChat

8:20pm 3: Students aren’t asking questions about the QFocus as I had planned. #QFTChat

8:27pm 4: Aligning the QFT with standards. #QFTChat

8:35pm 5: Developing prioritization instructions to lend themselves to next steps. #QFTChat

8:43pm 6: Changing or adapting my QFT plans during or after the QFT because of how the experience unfolded. #QFTChat

8:51pm 7: There’s not enough time to facilitate the QFT. #QFTChat

8:59pm Thank you for joining us this evening! Many of the best lessons we’ve learned have come from you, the educators, who have identified common challenges in the classroom and developed innovative solutions, so they can better teach all students to ask their own questions. #QFTChat

8:59pm We hope to stay connected, and we look forward to the lessons still to come! #QFTChat

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