Mastering "Finding Good Questions"

The Skill

Finding good questions.

Essential Definition

Finding good questions is often more productive than finding a solution. Finding the most productive question often yields better results than finding the answers to questions that don't really address the central problem at hand. understanding this principle will add depth to the learner's performance across all domains of study.

Examples of How Used in Kidport

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How Useful and Why its Worth Learning

Explain/Demonstrate

Rules of Use

When to use?

How to Start?

What to do next ?

How do you know when to stop?

Procedures - Major steps in using this skill

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Step Four How to do step

Guided Walkthru

Try the Skill Yourself

Reflect What You Have Done

Mnemonic, Saying, or Acronym for Recall

 

Phase 2 - Quiz

Phase 3 - Review Lessons for transfer and elaboration

Transfer to Other Subjects

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