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Students were more engaged than ever. They came back the next day excited about conversations they are having with other people about the election. They are more motivated to vote and feeling more confident about their ability to understand what’s going on and to have a say in the elections.
Before I learned [the Right Question Strategy] I didn’t know decisions were made here… I didn’t know I could ask questions, I didn’t know how to ask questions… Now I see that I need to participate and I need to ask questions.
I thought of new questions I didn’t realize I was curious about once I started brainstorming all the options.
…it wouldn’t be hard to supercharge the Question Formulation Technique with big questions. Teachers could choose Question Foci with big understandings in mind. Learners could include criteria related to insight, action, ethics, and opportunity as they sort their questions for importance. The main point is this: putting learners in charge of questions.
I used to assume students don’t ask questions because they are bored or unprepared, but this workshop taught me to give them grace because they probably don’t know how/what to ask.
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