We’ve developed this resource page to help educators deepen their understanding of the QFT™ and offer materials to support implementation of the strategy.
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Make Just One Change
The most comprehensive discussion and analysis of how to use the Question Formulation Technique™ can be found in our book Make Just One Change: Teach Students to Ask Their Own Questions which is available through Harvard Education Press.
Use these four resources to learn the process and how to facilitate the QFT.
Experiencing the QFT
This guide describes the key components of the QFT and includes a template to experience the process.
Introducing the QFT
This power-point will help you prepare for introducing your students or colleagues to the QFT. It includes all the steps of the process and teaching tips.
Facilitating the QFT: Tips and Best Practices
This one-page summary offers a list of tips and best practices for facilitating the QFT.
Facilitating the QFT Template
This power-point template includes all the QFT steps. Just add the Question Focus and you can use it to facilitate the process.
Use these as handouts when introducing or using the QFT.
QFT Card: Key Steps of the Process
The QFT Card provides a quick snapshot of the six core components of the process. This resource is a good handout to distribute to participants after they’ve been introduced to the QFT process.
The Rules for Producing Questions
This resource should be distributed to small groups as a reminder of the rules.
Question Formulation Technique Outline
Here is a barebones template you can use to teach the QFT. Use it on its own or as a worksheet with the Facilitating the QFT Template.
QFT Small Group Worksheet
Use this worksheet to capture small group work after students have gone through the QFT process at least once.
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