From theater programs in China to history classes in Argentina, the Question Formulation Technique has spread to classrooms in more than 130 countries around the world.
Last spring, educators from Peru, Mongolia, Kenya, Greece, Australia, Saudi Arabia and 24 other countries came together for the online course we run in partnership with the Harvard Graduate School of Education. It is running again this year starting on April 15.
Moreover, educators around the world are using the QFT in thought-provoking ways, and they often share their experiences on Twitter.
We’re looking forward to another international experience during this year’s online course, “Teaching Students to Ask Their Own Questions: Best Practices in the Question Formulation Technique.”
It includes peer-to-peer collaboration where educators from around the world can explore the QFT and share ideas.
As of the time of this post, participants from North America, South America, Asia, and Europe have signed up, with more joining all the time.
The course runs from April 15 to May 5 and requires 10-12 hours of work. Those who complete the course receive a certificate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
You can register at gse.harvard.edu.