A common question after learning the QFT for the first time is "What do I do with the questions once students ask them?" This resource is an incomplete, unscientific continuum of what to do with the physical questions students produce, based off the work and insight of hundreds of teachers who've tried out creative ideas in their classroom.
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These resources come from educators and technology experts Michelle Pearson and Laura Israelsen of twogeekyteachers.blogspot.com. These two guides provide an overview of the edtech tools that would likely work the best with the Question Formulation Technique including pros, cons, tips and tricks for helping you determine which would work best in your setting.
Here is a breakdown of how to time the QFT when doing it in 40 minutes and 10 minutes.
Use this template to learn the QFT process by experiencing it yourself.
tips, insights, and ideas for engaging all students in learning and using the Question Formulation Technique (QFT). Many thanks to the special education, English language learner (EL or ELL), and early elementary teachers around the United States who contributed to this document.
Detailed steps of the QFT and links to video footage for corresponding steps.