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I believe all of us, including our students, should spend far more time thinking about the right questions to ask. Most of us spend too much time worrying about having a right answer in both our professional lives and personal lives. But the truth is, the answer can only be as good as the question asked.
“SO simple yet SO engaging! LOVED your way to present this to teachers- some of the toughest audience. You kept me engaged 100% of the time.”
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.
In the world of sales, being able to ask the right questions is more valuable than producing the right answers. Unfortunately, our schools often have the opposite emphasis. They teach us how to answer, but not how to ask. The folks at the Right Question Institute are trying to correct that imbalance. They’ve come up with a method that educators can use to help students learn to ask better questions—and that can assist even those of us who graduated back in the twentieth century.
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.
The hundreds of free resources you will find on our network will help you easily move into action to learn a strategy one day and facilitate the very next.
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