inQuiring Minds #009

Hello again from the Right Question Institute. A number of notable articles about fostering inquiry and curiosity in the classroom have popped up in the past couple weeks, and we’re here to share them with you. Take a look at the links below and then let us know your thoughts: comment at the bottom of […]

inQuiring minds #008

We’re back with InQuiring Minds, keeping you up-to-date on the latest articles, posts, and online discussions that have caught our eye. Take a look at the links below, and keep the conversation going on Facebook and Twitter. As always, we would love to hear what you’re thinking about and reading. Encouraging Inquiry Questions play an […]

inQuiring minds #007

Welcome to our newest installment of inQuiring Minds, where we feature a slice of online conversation that has caught our attention recently. We hope to hear your comments and opinions, and as always, help us keep the conversation going through Facebook and Twitter! In “Conversations: What Are You Learning?” Deborah Owens shares her own use […]

inQuiring minds #006

Hello everyone!  InQuiring minds is back giving you a snapshot of recent blog posts, articles, and interesting thought pieces that have grabbed our attention.  We hope you will share with us any comments or opinions you may have.  As always, let’s keep the conversation going on our Facebook page and @RightQuestion or #Teach2AskQuestions. Thoughts on […]

inQuiring minds #005

Hello everyone!  InQuiring minds is back, giving you a snapshot of recent blog posts, articles, and interesting thought pieces that have grabbed our attention.  We hope you will share with us any comments or opinions you may have.  As always, let’s keep the conversation going on our Facebook page and @RightQuestion or #Teach2AskQuestions. Teaching Students […]

Happy 2013!

This has been an exciting year in the life of the Right Question Institute. Last year, we changed our name to the “Right Question Institute,” and Harvard Education Press published our book, Make Just One Change: Teach Students to Ask Their Own Questions. At the time it was published, Mike Rose (author of Why School? […]

Update: Upcoming Fall Appearances

The Right Question Institute has several exciting events in the New England Area this fall! Check out event details below. EDCO Collaborative: “Teaching Students to Ask Their Own Questions” On Thursday, November 1st, Luz and Steven will be leading a workshop at the EDCO Seefurth Education Center in Waltham, MA.  For more information or to […]

Update: California Appearances

The Right Question Institute is heading west in October! Check out some of our exciting upcoming events and media appearances below. Dan Rothstein and Luz Santana on KQED’s “Forum” with Michael Krasny Tune in Wednesday October 17th at 1 pm EDT / 10 am PDT to hear Dan and Luz discuss the work of the […]

inQuiring minds #004

Hello everyone, and welcome back from what was hopefully a great Independence Day! inQuiring minds is back too, giving you a snapshot of our favorite blogs, articles, ideas, opportunities and interesting thought pieces we’ve discovered on the web this week. As always, please let us know what you think– share your comments below, post on […]

inQuiring minds #003

Hello Everyone! inQuiring minds is back for a third time where we give you a snapshot of our favorite blogs, articles, ideas, opportunities and interesting thought pieces we’ve discovered on the web this week.  As always, let us know what you think—share your comments below, post on our Facebook page, or tweet @RightQuestion! This week […]