Socrative Garden » Students as Questioners – Bloom’s Taxonomy | Into the Driver's Seat |

By Benjamin Berte


“An educated person today is someone who knows the right question to ask.”


"Recently, I’ve been repeating this Ernest Boyer quote to myself.  It encapsulates so much in so few words. Many Socrative posts have focused on how teachers can foster discussions and help facilitate problem based thinking, inquiry and the surfacing of main ideas. Consequently, through modeling and drawing student attention to your questions, they are aware of how and why you are asking particular questions.


"It’s time to pass the baton to the students and develop their abilities to ask the high quality questions."