Learning to Love the Questions

Wilhelm, J. j. (2014). Learning to love the questions. Knowledge Quest42(5), 36-41. 

This article discusses how teacher can ask essential questions that frame learning as problem-solving opportunities. This can help to foster student engagement and creativity. It asserts that good guiding and essential questions are the key to designing solid inquiry-based learning. This requires students to collaborate effectively by bringing contributions of creativity and innovation to the table. Essential questions have a way of orienting the problem, which can result in learning conversations, creative problem-solving and thinking outside the box, and zeroing in on major/key concepts.

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