When you’re leading your students through process-based learning, it’s important that they go through the steps of inquiry in which to develop their own learning journey.
Students must be able to find and craft interesting questions in order to truly be invested in what and how they learn. Plus, when you focus on the question, the process by which you go about answering that question unfolds as naturally as possible.
But many times, the problem becomes how to get students (and sometimes teachers!) to ask interesting questions. How do you get your students to go beyond those surface-level questions to the ones that require some research, analysis and synthesis to develop an “answer”? Often, it’s by following and teaching the Creative Process itself.
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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc