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The 5 Habits of Mind

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Seth Jaeger

on 30 May 2017

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Transcript of The 5 Habits of Mind

1. Questions of Evidence
• How do I know what's true?
• What evidence counts?
• How sure can I be?
• What makes it credible?
• How do I know this?
• Is this convincing evidence?
• What more information do I need to understand this problem better or make this decision?
• How can I prove my point?
• Where is the proof?
2. Questions of Perspective
• Who might think differently?
• How else might this look like if I stepped into other shoes?
• Can I look at it from a different direction?
• What if I had a different history or expectation?
• Whose point of view is this?
• Whose point of view is being left out?
• How is my own experience limited here?
• Whose experience or story can help me understand this?
• What do I think?
3. Questions of Connection
What other areas of knowledge are connected?
Is there a pattern?
Have we seen something like this before?
What are the possible consequences?
Does this remind me of anything I have seen or studied? In books, in the news, in my life?
How is this connected to other things?
4. Questions of Supposition
• How might it be different if..?
• Could it have been otherwise?
• Supposing that...?
• What if...?
• What new strategies can I try?
• What would I do if I were in their place?
• What other solutions are possible?
• What the consequences to these solutions?
• Who can help?
• How else can I look at this?
5. Questions of Significance
• How is this an important issue?
• Does it matter?
• Who cares?
• What is the long term effect of this?
• What is the root of the problem?
• Who is affected by this?
• Is there something that is more important that I should be considering?
• How will this affect my life?
• If I step back and look at all of this, what is a new theory I can make?
Scaffolding Critical Questioning
Question Formulation Technique

STEP 1: Produce Questions

Four essential rules for producing your own questions:

• Ask as many questions as you can (Gives License to Ask).

• Do not stop to discuss, judge, or answer the questions (Creates Safe Space and Protection).

• Write down every question exactly as it is stated (Levels the Playing Field So All Questions and Voices Are Respected).

• Change any statement into a question (Insists on the Discipline of Phrasing, Asking, and Thinking in Questions, Not Statement).

Question Formulation Technique Cont'd
STEP 2: Improve Your Questions
• Categorize the questions as closed- or open-ended.
• Name the advantages and disadvantages of each type of question.
• Change questions from one type to another.

STEP 3: Prioritize the Questions
• Choose your three most important questions.
• Why did you choose these three as the most important?

Next Steps
• How are you going to use your questions?

Critical Thinking!
The 5 Habits of Mind
A Framework for Critical Questioning in the Classroom
by: Seth Jaeger, MPA
Scaffolding with Question Stems
"To what degree..."
"In what ways might..."
"In what capacity..."
"To what extent..."
"At what point..."
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Adapted From
Rigor and Engagement for Growing Minds
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The 5 Habits of Mind
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