With normal life upended by the coronavirus pandemic of 2020, much remains unknown. But some things are clear. Distance learning has vaulted into the spotlight. Educators, students, and parents are working hard to make sure learning continues from home. And people need help navigating the maze of uncertainty and complexity caused by the crisis. The ability to ask the right questions, advocate for yourself, and have a say in decisions that affect you is as important as ever. The Right Question Institute is here to help.
Teaching remotely isn't easy. Here are resources for using the Question Formulation Technique in a remote learning environment. While learning has moved online for some students, others lack dependable high-speed internet, so these tools reflect a mix of digital and analog resources.
As people in crisis seek out services in a maze of confusion, they need strategies for navigating complex systems, advocating for themselves, and voting.
When schools close, parents and guardians must balance new responsibilities for their children's learning while trying to maintain stable homes. Its' not easy. Here are some fun Question Formulation Technique ideas and activities for parents and kids to try at home. Questions, curiosity, and learning can be enjoyable for everyone.
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