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 […]

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 […]

inQuiring minds #002

It’s week 2 of inQuiring minds, and once again we’re providing you with a snapshot of blogs, articles, ideas, opportunities and interesting thought pieces we’ve discovered on the web. Let us know what you think—share your comments below, post on our Facebook page, or tweet @RightQuestion! We start off this week with a recommendation from […]

inQuiring minds #001

Here’s a snapshot of blogs, articles, ideas, opportunities and interesting thought pieces we’ve recently discovered on the web. We invite you to send us a quick line on what you find as well! Don’t forget to join the conversation anytime—participate in our Educator Network, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. THE POWER […]

Make the Work Easier for Teachers: Teach Students to Think for Themselves

What do a middle school teacher in a challenging Atlanta public school and a Ph.D graduate student teaching undergraduate physics students at Harvard College have in common? They’re both working too hard.  We’ve heard from both of them and from many other educators that they wind up doing too much thinking for their students.  There may, in […]