Habits of Mind 5: Questioning and Problem Posing


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After years of focusing exclusively on academic standards, bringing the Habits of Mind to life in your classroom may require a shift on your part–moving away from just paying attention to content learning to focusing also on developing self-directed, thoughtful problem solvers. Many of the standards call for an inquiry-based approach. This learning path provides ways to build powerful questions that invite thinking.

Learning Path Outcomes:

  • Examine the importance of questions that are used to open dialoguing and wondering
  • Learn strategies that help formulate powerful questions that invite deeper thinking
  • Learn how to use strategies to motivate students’ questions

Continuing Education credits: Act 48 (Pennsylvania), CTLE (New York)
Duration: 3 hours

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