How educators are using and sharing the Question Formulation Technique around the country
by Chris Orchard
For most of us, a broken camshaft might lead to some salty language. It means an expensive repair bill and a headache commute while our car is at the mechanic’s.
For Alabama’s Jeremy King, a broken camshaft is a chance to teach fellow educators how to use the Question Formulation Technique with students.
When his Volkswagen broke down, the Baldwin County educator – who Tweets from @bctechteacher – dragged his camshaft into an eMINTS conference session, dumped it on a table, and used it as a Question Focus (QFocus). Take a look:
— Jeremy King (@bctechteacher) January 24, 2017
Every week, we hear from educators like King, usually on Twitter, about the clever and innovative ways they’re sharing the Question Formulation Technique with colleagues and students. We love these stories. It would be nigh impossible to share every Tweet, but here’s a sampling of recent examples.
These are just some of the many great examples we see on Twitter every week. You can find us at @RightQuestion. Also, we have more in-depth discussions about the Question Formulation Technique and related issues within our Educator Network, which is free to join. Keep the examples coming!