One of my most reviewed and read blogs. In case you missed it here it is with a few updates.
“Our view of reality is like a map with which to negotiate the terrain of life. If the map is true and accurate, we will generally know where we are, and if we have decided where we want to go, we will generally know how to get there. If the map is false and inaccurate, we generally will be lost.” Dr. Scott Peck Author
Remember the Socratic way of teaching–asking questions help learners discover the answers. This method gets people more involved in learning through critical thinkimg and makes the learning more relevant to their life.
Socratic questioning illuminates the importance of questioning in learning Socrates stated that questioning was the only defensible form of teaching. It illuminates the difference between systematic and fragmented thinking. It teaches us to dig beneath the surface of our ideas. It teaches us the value of developing questioning minds in cultivating deep learning. The art of Socratic…
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