What would classrooms look like if teachers asked fewer questions and students asked more?The authors of Make Just One Change argue that formulating one's own questions is qthe single most essential skill for learningq-and one that should be taught to all students. They also maintain that it should be taught in the simplest way possible. Drawing on twenty years of experience, the authors present the Question Formulation Technique, a concise and powerful protocol that enables learners to produce their own questions, improve their questions, and strategize how to use them.Make Just One Change features the voices and experiences of teachers in classrooms across the country to illustrate the use of the Question Formulation Technique across grade levels and subject areas and with different kinds of learners.aquot;Make Just One Changeaquot; outlines the Question Formulation Technique, a practice that encourages students to formulate their own questions and learn from them.
|Title||:||Make Just One Change|
|Author||:||Dan Rothstein, Luz Santana|
|Publisher||:||Harvard Educational Publishing Group - 2011|