Learn how Massachusetts Science and Engineering Fair (MSEF) advisers used the Question Formulation Technique (QFT) with students at the start of the journey to promote authentic ownership over projects.
Teaching + LearningThe Right Question team shares resources, emerging ideas and lessons learned from educators and students
The QFocus is often the most challenging part of designing a QFT lesson. It is also an essential piece to get right. Though it gets much easier with practice, there is always a bit of delicacy and iteration involved.
Reflection is the last step of the Question Formulation Technique, and it's an important one. Here, members of the Right Question Institute's team (Katy, Sarah, and Imaan) discuss some important things they've learned from students through those reflections.
Ideas for the frantic, final weeks of the school year, and how curiosity and questioning can play a part.
In Catherine Tommasello’s kindergarten class, asking questions is fun and has allowed several students to make breakthroughs in their learning.
The Question Formulation Technique (QFT), a powerful yet simple teaching strategy recently featured in an ASEE online webinar, teaches students…