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Friday, March 16 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Catalyze Deeper Learning and Strengthen Democracy by Teaching Students How to Ask Questions

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Imagine classrooms alive with students actively formulating their own questions, learning to improve their questions and strategizing about how to use their questions. Imagine students having a skill they can use at the school for learning and in the community for more equity and for a stronger democracy. This session will catalyze deeper learning and strengthen our democracy by teaching students how to ask questions. According to Dr. Howard Gardner, Asking questions is a democratic habit of mind that is now more important than ever. Students who learn to ask questions become more curious and engaged, take more ownership of their learning, and begin to learn more deeply. Through teaching question formulation to their students, school librarians, technology teachers, and other educators become builders of a stronger democracy.
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Luz Santana

Co-Director, Right Question Institute
Luz Santana, Co-Director of the Right Question Institute (RQI), an organization that advances a strategy for teaching all people, no matter their level of education or income, how to ask better questions and participate more effectively in decisions. In her capacity as Co-Director... Read More →

Friday March 16, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm PDT
Smoketree DE, Palm Springs Convention Center