"Questions are more important than answers."

A new book by…Dan Rothstein and Luz Santana…, Make Just One Change: Teach Students to Ask Their Own Questions, documents a step-by-step process to help students formulate and prioritize questions about nearly everything.

So writes Katrina Schwartz. Not that the idea is a new one, but the book sounds intriguing enough that I’ve reserved a copy at the library. What I’m most interested in is that it includes practical suggestions, not merely an appealing philosophy. Read Schwartz’s article for some excerpts from the book, and see what you think. I’m not yet convinced, but I’m open to the idea.

Categories: Teaching & Learning