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Question Formulation Technique

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Martin Scanlan

on 6 November 2013

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Transcript of Question Formulation Technique

1) Focusing
2) Discussing Protocol
3) Generating Questions
4) Improving Questions
5) Prioritizing Questions
6) Using Questions
7) Reflecting
Protocol:
Ask as many questions as you can
Do not stop to discuss, judge, or answer the questions
Write down every question exactly as it is stated
Change any statement into a question
Follow the protocol:
Ask as many questions as you can
Do not stop to discuss, judge, or answer the questions
Write down every question exactly as it is stated
Change any statement into a question
Generating Questions
Improving Questions
Categorize the questions as closed/open:
Closed = answered in about one word
Open = requires explanation, longer answer
Prioritizing Questions
Prioritize the questions you think are the most valuable:
Discuss
Compare
Assess
Using Questions
What answers do we already have?
Who will do what so we can further answer these questions?
Question Formulation Technique
http://rightquestion.org/
FOCUS
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FOCUS
Promoting, supporting, and sustaining
vibrant Catholic schools that
embrace traditionally marginalized students
question focus:
--> select three priority questions
Change 1 open to closed & 1 closed to open
(4 min)
(5 min)
Name advantages/disadvantages of closed questions
Name advantages/disadvantages of open questions
(3 min)
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